Run a Stonegate Pub - Country House Earlsfield London, Greater London

About the Pub

The Country House is a traditional wet-led pub just off the high street in Earlsfield in South London. Built in 1875, this Victorian pub is warm and inviting with its historical décor and features. There are two trading areas, the front bar and lounge bar that is connected and served by an L shape bar, each trading area seats 30. The pub is well established within the area and is known for its quality cask ale and showing live sports throughout, particularly football and UK boxing events. There is an adequately sized courtyard to the side of the pub that is used as a secret beer garden and smoking area. The courtyard has astroturf and is equipped with two small tables of four and a wall shelf with four high bar stools creating a cosy, intimate garden for the summer. The private accommodation is located above the pub and comprises of two bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, and bathroom. Stonegate Pub Partners are now seeking an enthuastic new starter who is looking to take on their first pub.

Business Information

Agreement: Retail Partnership Tenancy
Capital Startup: Est. £20767
Fixtures / Fittings: Est. £9767
Guide Rent: £35000 pa
Potential Turnover: £370680 pa

Regional Manager's Thoughts

This is a rare opportunity to run a traditional pub in London and be at the heart of the local community in Earlsfield. This would be a suitable business for a new operator taking on their first pub who is able to immerse themselves into the community and grow the business through innovative ideas such as the introduction of a simple bar snack menu and weekly entertainment.

Surrounding Area

The Country House is situated off the High Street in Earlsfield, within the London Borough of Wandsworth. Earlsfield is a typical South London suburb and comprises mostly residential Victorian terraced houses, with a population of over 15,000 residents. Earlsfield train station is less than a 5-minute walk with direct links to Central London, a 12-minute train to Waterloo Station, and Wimbledon. The pub often benefits from the Wimbledon home fans when they play home matches

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