Comber is a small town in County Down with a population of c. 9,000 (2011 census). It is 10 miles south east from Belfast city centre and 4 miles southwards from neighbouring town Newtownards.
The public house is located fronting the town square in Comber, in a prominent position in the town centre. The surrounding area is full with other commercial occupiers including Tesco and outside that zone there is a medium density populated area to avail of the services.
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The property is a two storey building of traditional construction with a single storey extension to rear with a pitched slate roof and plaster rendered painted external finish. The building is accessed by the public at the front of the building with private side entry. The first floor is accessed via staircase at the rear of the bar.
The property comprises downstairs public bar with adjoining storage rooms and beer garden to the rear with a small store. The first floor is largely unused.
Finishes inside the bar/café include perimeter leather seating and traditional bar setting.
Fixtures and Fittings
An inventory of the fixtures and fittings to be included in the sale will be provided upon request.
These will be provided to bona fide purchasers upon request.
Lease Expiry: March 2025.
Annual Rent: £12,000 exc. (advised)
The tenant has the benefit of an article 5 (1) (a) liquor licence for the duration of the lease term.
Full details will be provided to prospective purchasers as the purchaser will be required to comply with relevant legislation in respect of the employees.
The vendors have traded the licensed business for six years and have built up a steady trade which is supported by trading accounts. The bar and lounge areas have been recently refurbished to a high standard.
Premium on application to acquire this leasehold public house and café to include goodwill, fixtures and fittings, excludes stock at valuation.