Bulls Head

Marple

Rent (Per Annum) £23,000

Potential turnover £309,584

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A cracking local pub for Stockport

Overview

The Bulls Head can easily be found at the core of the pedestrian shopping area of Marple. It is very much the heart and soul of the local community and popular with both regular customers and visitors to the area. It has an attractive frontage which dates back to the 1700’s. To the rear of the pub, there is a fantastic decking area, which captures the sun, perfect for the summer months. the open lounge area has a darts and a dedicated entertainment area, as it is well known for weekly live entertainment and karaoke. The pub is within easy reach of both canals and only a short distance from Etherow Country Park. As well as ample street parking, there is a small car park to the rear of the pub for approx. 8 cars. The Bulls Head can best be described as a town bar with a community feel. We are seeking a new tenant who can integrate into the local community, drive the wet trade, and develop a complementary food offer to appeal to the customers, old and new.

The Figures


Beverages £291,584


Food £18,000


Rent £23,000

Potential turnover


£309,584

The Detail

A Little more about us

Marple is a small town in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, on the River Goyt, 9 miles southeast of Manchester, 9 miles north of Macclesfield and 4 miles southeast of Stockport. Marple attracts visitors to and from the nearby canal and lock networks of the Macclesfied canal and Peak Forest Canal. It lies approx. 3 miles from Stockport and has its own commercial and shopping area. There are two train stations within walking distance of the pubs, Rose Hill and Marple, with fantastic network links into Manchester. The Bulls Head sits in the middle of the town in the main pedestrian shopping precinct just off the main Stockport Road.

Bulls Head

23 Market Street,
Marple,
Stockport,
SK6 7AA

DISCLAIMER

FMT barrelage: Please note that this assessment is based on the "fair maintainable trade" that can be achieved by a "reasonably efficient operator" and is not therefore a guarantee of volume or consequential sales or profit.

Similarly Historic performance, whilst a significant factor to consider, is not a guarantee of future performance of a pub and you should bear this in mind in your assessment of trading potential.

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