Lively, friendly pub on offer; Commercial Property.
They have placed the leasehold interest in the business on the market with the Newcastle office of leading licensed property agents Christie + Co.
Originally a 17th Century stone cottage, converted and much extended over the years, the Rising Sun is situated at Bank Top, on a hill above the River Tyne and the main street of Crawcrook, close to the A695 and a few miles west of Newcastle.
The Rising Sun is a lively, friendly pub which is established as one of the most popular eating places in the area. The traditional bar is well known for its real ale and the conservatory-style restaurant serves a regularly changing menu of home-cooked food using fresh, seasonal ingredients.
The substantial, detached property occupies a sloping site with the public areas on the ground floor and the owner's accommodation to the rear over two floors. There is an open-plan lounge bar area to seat 80 customers, a separate restaurant to seat 80 diners, three-bedroom owner accommodation, a very pleasant beer garden with a patio to seat 40 customers and a car park for 20 vehicles.
Mark Worley of Christie + Co's Newcastle office said: "This is an ideal business for a catering couple who could exploit the already good standards to a new level."
Christie + Co is seeking pounds 50,000 for the leasehold interest in the Rising Sun, which is held on a 20-year lease from Enterprise Inns which runs until 2011 with a current rent of pounds 55,000 per annum. Tel: (0191) 222-1740.
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|Publication:||The Journal (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Nov 29, 2008|
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