Queen Mary Public House in Poole Seeks New Owner

Queen Mary Public House in Poole Seeks New Owner

30 July 2019
Queen Mary Public House in Poole Seeks New Owner

The Queen Mary, a long established public house in Poole, Dorset has been brought to the market through the Business Transfer Division of Goadsby Commercial.

Situated in a prominent position at a busy junction, the premises comprise a bar, kitchen, beer cellar, 3 en-suite letting bedrooms and an owners double bedroom and office.  In addition there is car parking for 8 vehicles and rear beer garden.

The Queen Mary benefits from high levels of passing trade and is situated amidst commercial offices and residential housing.

Mark Nurse of Goadsby Commercial Bournemouth is handling the sale and said, “The Queen Mary is an attractive freehold detached public house which has been in family ownership for 20 years and has tremendous scope for further growth and development. These opportunities are rarely available and we expect to receive significant interest”.

An asking price of £360,000 is being sought for the freehold interest of The Queen Mary.

For further information on our current business listings or if you wish to sell your business, please contact Mark Nurse on 01202 550000 or by email: mark.nurse@goadsby.com

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