The Punch Hotel, in the centre of Hull — a classic example of three-storey Victorian tavern — is being marketed by leisure property specialist Fleurets.
Decorated externally with ornate stone detailing, designed by Smith, Broderick and Lowther, the premises dates from 1845. It was rebuilt in 1895 / 6 as commissioned by the Hull Brewery Company, as part of a re-development of the area. Grade II listed, it is recognised as a masterpiece of architecture.
Adjacent to Princes Quay in the city’s central square, and opposite the town hall and Maritime Museum, the property’s leasehold is available for £65,000.
Simon Hall, from Fleurets, said: “It has never been a better time to invest in Hull. As a result of being the 2017 City of Culture, Hull is receiving a high proportion of investment, and this business already has a net turnover of £400,000.”
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