From the Junction Inn, to the Old Sun, there are a variety of unique pubs up for sale in West Yorkshire right now.
Some of them are an absolute steal while others need a savvy business manager to breathe new life into them.
Let’s take a look inside five West Yorkshire pubs up for sale in West Yorkshire- do you recognise any of them?
Junction Inn, Brighouse
The Junction Inn is up for sale in need of a new business owner.
The Inn gets a lot of trade as it is situated on a busy junction.
It can be a great little business during the summer months as there is a beer garden to the rear.
If that’s not enough, the owners also get a three bedroom apartment on the first floor.
Want to learn more? Visit the Rightmove listing.
The Old Cock, Halifax
This historic Grade II listed building dates back to the 16th century- and it still has many of its original features, such as a stained glass window.
Along with the main bar, snug and games room, the new owner also has accommodation upstairs.
The three bedrooms are in need of refurbishment, but could look fantastic after some redecoration.
Find out more on Rightmove.
The Old Sun, Keighley
Want a pub with a lot of character?
This stone build property has a charming exterior with a pitched slate roof.
Outside, there is a patio area with a ‘feature well’ and a sheltered smoking area.
You can learn more about the pub on Rightmove.
The Black Swan, Normanton
After nine years of building up a strong reputation and a loyal clientele, the current owner has decided to put this pub on the market.
This pub is known for its sports memorabilia which adorns the walls- it’s a great place to watch the game as it has a number of flat screen LED televisions.
To the rear, there is a large pub garden with enough seating for 100 customers- perfect for a sunny day.
Learn more about this pub on Rightmove.
A Hebden Bridge pub, Pecket Well
After 20 years, the owners of the pub have decided to retire and put this pub on the market.
It’s described as a “suberbly kept” public house, which serves “excellent” food and drink.
Landlords had a weekly turnover of £6000-£7000, generating income from the bar and also from letting the upstairs bedrooms.
The main lounge is a focal point of the pub as it has an open fire, perfect to huddle next to in the winter.
To find out more about this pub, visit Rightmove.