Two popular Leeds pubs in Bramley and Armley set for Leeds United Elland Road auction - including one reduced by £100,000
Two Leeds pubs are set to go up for auction - including one which has been reduced by £100,000.
The Grade II Listed Barley Mow Pub in Bramley and The Star, Tong Road in Armley will both go up for sale on on February 27.
The Barley Mow - which was previously used by Bramley Rugby League Club - will be up for an asking price of £350,000, a full £100,000 cheaper than it was originally placed on the market for in 2017 after closure.
The auction describes the pub as: “Substantial and prominently positioned Grade II listed former public house on a site of approximately 0.23 Ha (0.57 Acres), including onsite parking and beer gardens. The property offers ground floor trading areas and basement storage with four bedroom private accommodation above.”
The Star pub is also set for auction, with a starting price of £150,000.
The auction lists the pub as: "Internally the pub is well presented and comprises a ground floor bar and seating area with owners accommodation above.
“Externally there is parking to the side with a courtyard and beer garden behind.
“The sale may represent an exciting redevelopment opportunity, subject to any necessary consents.”