Known as the Hellfire Club and situated in a highly prominent main road/corner position is this unique period property formerly operated as a themed restaurant/function venue. With approximately 3,000 sq ft of internal space over four floors. The property extends to the rear garden/yard areas and into the cellars which provide the commercial kitchen and prep areas with a dummy waiter. The ground floor comprises: main entrance foyer, bar and seating areas whilst the remaining floors comprise a mixture of function rooms, offices, bathroom and residential accommodation. A definite development opportunity subject to relevant planning permissions for a number of end users including A1, A2, A3, A4, A5 and C3. Viewings are a must to appreciate the space and potential on offer. Freehold property with vacant possession/no chain. Previously let at £22,000 per annum exclusive.
The property comprises a 2 storey semi-detached public house with single storey extension to the rear. Accommodation is arranged over 3 levels which comprises a basement cellar, ground floor bar area, pool room & kitchen. 1st floor living quarters include kitchen, bathroom, 3 bedrooms & lounge.
- Investment property producing approximately £18,200 per annum. - Free-of-tie public house with pool room. - Self-contained living quarters. - Beer garden to rear. - Offers in the region of £175,000.
The property comprises an imposing 3 storey semi-detached public house adjoining Eccles Town Hall. Accommodation is arranged over 4 levels and briefly comprises a basement cellar / storage, ground floor bar area, first floor function room, second floor living quarters and an enclosed beer garden to the rear.
- Investment property producing £26,000 per annum. - Free-of-tie public house with function room. - Large self-contained living quarters. - Beer garden to rear. - Offers in the region of £250,000.
Traditional public house in a residential area. First floor function room and living accommodation. Site extends to 0.26 acres.
The Property is located at the end of Lumb Lane approximately one-mile northeast of Droylsden town centre. Residential area adjacent to a train line with commercial uses along Moorside Street. Lumb Lane is a no through road.
Detached two storey traditional public house of brick elevations beneath a pitched slate roof. Single storey extension to the rear. Overall the site extends to 0.26 acres.
Railway Inn, 326, Lumb Lane Droylsden, MANCHESTER, M43 7LA
Type: Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Licensed & Leisure
Railway Inn, 326 Lumb Lane Droylsden, MANCHESTER, M43 7LAGBTameside, ManchesterLancashireM43 7LA326, Lumb Lane