Licensee - Uncle Jacks, Lower Darwen

Location
Lower Darwen, Darwen
Salary
Business Opportunity
Posted
01 Jun 2017
Closes
01 Jul 2017

Uncle Jacks, Lower Darwen

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £11,789

Annual Rent: £59,000

Annual Turnover: £689,080

Pub Overview

Fantastic Opportunity in a Great Location

Subject of a proposed refurbishment, the Seven Balls is a community focused pub located in the busy London northwest suburb of Harrow. The pub is surrounded by mixed residential housing, posing a great opportunity for local trade.

The Seven Balls is a beautiful grade 2 listed building with countless period features such as wooden beamed ceilings and large open fires. It currently operates as a community focused drinks pub and is famous for live sports and enjoys strong teams representation including a great golf following. The proposed investment is planned to transform this unit into a great pub food operation with designated drinking and eating areas. There will also be a revamp of the kitchen, toilets and outside trading area, creating a fabulous pub for locals.

With limited amount of competition and the region being densely populated, there is a great profit opportunity to develop a wider food offer to attract people from the surrounding residential areas.

Experienced and Visionary Operator Wanted

We are ideally looking for an operator who can share our vision to transform this pub through the introduction of a great pub food offer. We would therefore be looking for someone with experience running a community pub with a substantial quality food offering. Please note this must operate as a traditional pub with a good quality British Heritage style food menu with a focus on beers and cask ales. 

Important information

Please be aware that all trading documents inclusive of the full Rent Model, Schedule of Conditions, Schedule of Works, Energy Performance Certificates etc are available directly from the Star Pubs & Bars website.

In order to ensure a successful start-up, all applicants must have a minimum £10,000 un-borrowed funds.