The ‘Stewarton Arms’ is a well-established, traditionally built public house within Stewarton Town Centre, occupying a mid-terraced position and contained over two floors with separate ground and first floor access as well as a rear garden enclosure.
The internal accommodation is traditional in style with an open plan main bar and adjacent pool area. There is seating for around 60 patrons. An internal stair accesses the first floor function room, having an independent front door access also. There are toilets on both floors.
The accommodation is as follows:
Ground Floor: Entrance vestibule, main bar, patron’s toilets, spirit store, cellar, general store.
First Floor: Function room, patron’s toilets, office, studio and general storage.
The property extends to the following gross internal floor
Ground Floor:180 sq.m(1,938 sq.ft)
First Floor:175 sq.m(1,884 sq.ft)
Total:355 sq.m(3,822 sq.ft)
The Rateable Value is £16,300 and the property qualifies for 25% rates relief via the Small Business Bonus Scheme, subject to occupier status.
Stewarton Arms is a well-established pub within Stewarton, widely considered to be one of the town’s busier outlets, with reported sales to be in the region of £5,000 - 6,000 per week. There is scope to improve upon past sales levels and perhaps diversify in to food sales, subject to the necessary consents.
The business was closed due to COVID19 and remains closed at the date of publication.
Offers over £220,000 are invited for our client’s heritable interest in the property and business as a going concern. The price quoted is exclusive of VAT and is sold without warranty.
EPC available upon request.
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred during the transaction.
LocationAvenue Square is the traditional heart of Stewarton Town Centre, located just off High Street and the location of the Town Hall, adjacent to the ‘Stewarton Arms’ with Ladbrokes on the other side of the property.
Stewarton is located within East Ayrshire around 5 miles north of Kilmarnock, 13 miles south west of Newton Mearns and 20 miles south of Glasgow. The ‘Bonnet Toun’ has a population of 7,500 persons with an array of new housing being developed.