Shropshire wet-led pub is sold off £315,000 guide price

23 November 2006
Shropshire wet-led pub is sold off £315,000 guide price

The Butchers Arms, a wet-led pub in the Shropshire village of Wern, near Weston Ryhn, has been sold off an asking price of £315,000.

New owners, Anthony and Justine Russell, intend to boost food sales at the business, which has traded as a pub for more than 100 years.

The semi-detached property includes a beamed bar with a large fireplace and seating for 25, a adjacent pool room that doubles as a 55-capacity function room, and a ground floor office that has been used as a living room but could be converted into a further trading area.

The spacious owners' flat on the first floor also provides two bedrooms, a living room and a bathroom.

Outside, the pub has a large car park, a landscaped beer garden, and a private garden with a shed.

The Cirencester office of Colliers Robert Barry handled the sale of the freehold on the Butchers Arms.

By Angela Frewin

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