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BRICKLAYERS ARMS
29 Queen Street
Hitchin
Hertfordshire
SG4 9TP

BRICKLAYERS ARMS
29 Queen Street
Hitchin

Hertfordshire
SG4 9TP.

Situated on Queen Street opposite a bustling market square, ‘The Brickies’ is a Hitchin landmark and a firm favourite with local beer aficionados thanks to its varied and well-kept real ale selection. The potential exists to complement this strong beer selection with a simple food offer and a wine menu, broadening the pub’s appeal and giving its already loyal clientele extra reasons to visit. We a strong focus on football, The Bricklayers Arms is renowned as the best place in Hitchin to watch the big game, but it has also had success with live music events in the past. There exists a real opportunity for the right operator to drive the pub’s entertainment calendar, enhance its bar sales and market effectively market The Bricklayers Arms to its affluent local demographic of Hitchin and beyond.

The Bricklayers Arms is a large, double-fronted, brick building with plenty of period charm. There is a walled courtyard patio and raised garden to the rear. There is also a small car park, which is a valuable asset this close to the town centre. The pub is open plan and is served by a single bar with 8 hand pulls. To the rear of the building is a large courtyard which serves as a smoking provision and leads to a grassy, raised beer garden. The kitchen is small, and lacks extraction so a full menu offering is not currently possible. There is also a well-proportioned underground cellar. The accommodation is located upstairs and consists of a lounge, 3 double bedrooms and a bathroom.

A long-term fully insuring and repairing Lease Agreement would be considered for a well-funded and experienced applicant

Approximate Ingoing Funds Required £19-20,000 (which excludes Fixtures and Fittings – the payment of which can be spread across the terms of the agreement) / Rent- £18,000 pa