Enterprise Inns sells two London pubs for £2m+

08 November 2006
Enterprise Inns sells two London pubs for £2m+

National pub operator Enterprise Inns netted more than £2m in an afternoon after selling two London pubs to different buyers.

The Pymmes Park Inn on Victoria Road in the borough of Enfield sold to Idealrise off a guide price of £1.25m.

The freehold detached property, which dates back to the mid-1900s, has two separate bars on the ground floor, a patio at the front and a garden to the side.

The residential flat on the first floor holds one single and four double bedrooms, along with a former trade kitchen and a domestic kitchen. The second floor contains another four double bedrooms along with a kitchen and bathroom.

A private buyer purchased the Duke of Clarence in Rotherfield Street, Islington, off a guide price of £750,000.

The end-of-terrace property, which was built in the late 1800s, operates an open-plan bar on ground floor which covers approximately 168sq m area.

There are six bedrooms and a large living/studio room across the upper two floors.

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- Duke of Clarence

By Angela Frewin

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