JD Wetherspoon has put a further 11 of its pubs across England and Wales up for sale.
The pub chain, which operates 822 sites nationwide, said the pubs would all remain open while on the market.
Savills and CBRE have been appointed to oversee a sale of the sites, which are in town and city centre locations.
The pubs are a mix of 10 freehold and one leasehold unit and are available to purchase individually, in small packages, or as a portfolio.
"The pubs are all in long established and proven trading locations making them ideal for both existing pub operators and new entrants," said Toby Hall, senior director at CBRE.
In July, Wetherspoon chairman Tim Martin said it was a "misinterpretation" to describe the chain's pub closures as a "money raising exercise" and said in most cases there was another Wetherspoon pub close to the property being sold.
Wetherspoon said it continued to invest in the business and recently reopened the Square Peg in Birmingham and the Lord Palmerston in Southsea, after major refurbishment, at a cost of around £1.5m.
Pubs in Wakefield, central Cardiff and central Glasgow are also underdoing redevelopment at a cost of around £8m, the company said.
Wetherspoon said it had plans to open new pubs and hotels and continue to upgrade existing pubs as part of a total investment of around £100m.
The 11 properties up for sale are as follows:
Abertillery – The Pontlottyn
Cardiff – The Ivor Davies
Chesterfield – Spa Lane Vaults
Doncaster – The Gate House
Holywell – The Market Cross
Kirkby in Ashfield – The Regent
Moreton – The Mockbeggar Hall
St Ives – The Hain Line
Shipley – The Sir Norman Rae
Swindon – The Sir Daniel Arms
Todmorden – The White Hart
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