McCoys Pub Brokers Limited

McCoys Pub Brokers Limited

Pubs in West Sussex

Crawley

Retail Partnership Tenancy

Crawley

Crawley is a town and borough in West Sussex, 28 miles south of London, and 18 miles north of Brighton and Hove. Traditional wet led pub with a good reputation for its cask ale. There is a great opportunity to introduce a suitable food offer to enhance the business. Regular live music events are popular with the locals. Three bedroom accommodation.

East Preston

Standard Tenancy

East Preston

Set in the village of East Preston, which lies roughly halfway between Littlehampton and Worthing, on the south coast between the south downs and the English Channel. Only a few minutes walk from the beach, this family friendly pub has a strong local following, with a good selection of real ale and light snacks. The pub has a busy social calendar - with weekly Poker nights, live sport on TV and bands on a Saturday, as well as a monthly quiz and book club. Three bedroom accommodation.

Ref: 4858

Estimated Capital Required £16,750.00

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Ref: 4774

Minimum Capital Required £19,000.00

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Petworth

Standard Tenancy

Petworth

Located in the market town of Petworth. This recently refurnished public house enjoys a prominent position in a popular area, close to the historic Petworth House, Goodwood and Cowdray Park. This is a premium food led operation and is popular with locals and visitors alike. Four bedroom accommodation.

Worthing

Turnover Tenancy

Worthing

Located on busy high street, close to the seafront. This is a successful and popular pub which has a constant trade throughout the week and a thriving weekend trade. Entertainment includes pool, big screen sports, live entertainment and a DJ circuit at weekends. Two bedroom accommodation.

Ref: 4179

Minimum Capital Required £19,000.00

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Ref: 2513

Estimated Capital Required £35,800.00

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Loxwood

Standard Tenancy

Loxwood

A prominent roadside position on a main route through this affluent West Sussex village and adjoining a restored section of the Wey and Avon Canal on the B2133 from Guildford to the South Coast. This 17th century pub has two large gardens which can hold in excess of 100 covers, and is very popular with walkers, hikers and canal boat enthusiasts. Three bedroom accommodation.

Ref: 3470

Initial investment £35,000

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