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Pub to let

10 August 2010

The Harrows
Coven, Wolverhampton, West Midlands

The Harrows is an excellent village pub located in the picturesque village of Coven on the outskirts of Wolverhampton and Staffordshire. The pub benefits from a superb location, providing a considerable catchment area and high volumes of passing trade.

The pub has a strong base trade from both food and drinks sales and will be able to maximise and expand on this successful trading history. With an £80,000 investment to refurbish the pub and reposition it as a destination of choice, the pub can capitalise on its potential market with a traditional menu that will set it apart from the local competition.

It has a sizeable car park can accommodate 40 cars and coupled with an enclosed rear garden area, outdoor drinking area and defined trading areas to suit a varied customer base it is perfectly placed to target and attract high volumes of passing trade.

Available immediately on a 5 year secure lease, The Harrows has ingoings of around £27,500, with an Annual Rent of £28,816. Estimated earnings based on an average operator are expected to be £30,300.

The Harrows represents a superb opportunity for someone who can bring the caterimg skills to develop the right menu although they do not necessarily need to have pub experience making it a wonderful opportunity for a newcomer to the industry!

To find out more, contact Sandi on 0844 848 3269 or visit our website www.punchpubs.co.uk

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