Building Internal Central Bar is an attractive property is of traditional appearance. The entrance leads directly into the bar area which is traditionally furnished with wooden tables and chairs. The Pub also benefits from a dance floor which is located to the right-hand side of the main bar. Customer WC facilities are located at each side of the bar area. The accommodation is located on the upper floor of the property and can be accessed by a separate entrance to the rear of the building. The accommodation is a very attractive aspect of this sale and is beautifully presented throughout with modern contemporary décor. The accommodation consists of 3 spacious bedrooms, large bathroom, shower room, kitchen and good-sized living room. The upper accommodation is in true walk in condition and can only be fully appreciated from viewing. The property also benefits from a staff/owner’s accommodation on the ground floor made up of bedroom lounge, shower room, kitchen and also has its own entrance.
Building External The business is straight to street with parking available to the side of the property. The business also benefits from beer garden to the front of the property. The driveway leads up to a double garage and store area with doorway out to the garden to the rear of the property.
Trading Hours 17.00-22.00 Mon-Thur 12.00-24.00 Fri/Sat 12.00-22.00 Sun
Situation The Central Bar in Banff occupies a good location, just off the main A98 Inverness to Aberdeen Road. The area is well known for tourism, particularly regular golfing and fishing visitors, as well as those tourists who regularly take the north east tourist trail from Aberdeen on to nearby Macduff (just across the River Deveron) and Banff en route to Inverness or the Whisky Trail Routes from Banff through to Aberlour and Granton On Spey. The town of Banff is one of Scotland’s oldest small towns and also one of it’s most attractive, enjoying excellent amenities as well as Duff House and numerous visitor attractions. Being around 50 miles north / north-west of the major oil / gas city of Aberdeen, and no more than an hours drive from the Highland capital of Inverness (50 - 60 miles approximately), the town is well renowned for it’s strategic central location equidistant between the west and east coast.
Services The property has mains water, drainage, electricity, gas.
Accounts Accounts will be available once a formal viewing has taken place
Price Offers over £150,000 are sought for the freehold, fixtures, fittings and goodwill. Stock in trade will be additional at valuation.
Viewing Strictly by appointment through the sellers’ sole agents, Bruce & Company. Please remember when viewing that staff and locals may not be aware that the business is on the market and we would be grateful if you do not talk openly about the business while in the area.
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