The Crown in Pulham Market and the Half Moon Inn in Rushall are up for sale
Two popular and thriving village pubs have been put up for sale.
The Crown in Pulham Market and the Half Moon Inn in Rushall are on the market due to owners having other business interests or commitments.
The Crown, which dates back to 1610, is currently owned by Jon Bingham and Amy Beevers.
The Grade II-listed property is on the market for £475,000 and offers potential for new owners by converting the first-floor accommodation into en-suite letting rooms, which is subject to planning permissions.
The couple have been running The Crown since 2014, following a considerable makeover after its long period of closure.
Agent Guy Simmonds said: “Our clients have built up a successful and thriving business and enjoy a regular and loyal trade from the local community and from surrounding villages and towns.”
Owners of the Half Moon Inn Sarah Campbell-Jones and Ray Paul took on a £100,000 refurbishment project to restore the once derelict building to its former glory.
“There is massive growth potential for new owners to build on the already successful business by promoting the letting accommodation, holding festivals, family days and hosting private functions, such as wedding receptions, also by introducing regular entertainment,” said Guy Simmonds.
“Our vendors have decided, due to other business interests, that they wish to sell the business.”
The Half Moon Inn, believed to be 450 years old, is on the market for £125,000, free of tie leasehold.
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