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Five pubs for sale in West Yorkshire

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
£225,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Junction Inn (Photo: Rightmove)Junction Inn (Photo: Rightmove)

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
£295,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Old Cock (Photo: Rightmove)The Old Cock (Photo: Rightmove)

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.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A stained glass window in the pub (Photo: Rightmove)A stained glass window in the pub (Photo: Rightmove)

The three bedrooms are in need of refurbishment, but could look fantastic after some redecoration.

Find out more on Rightmove.

The Old Sun, Keighley
£250,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Old Sun (Photo: Rightmove)The Old Sun (Photo: Rightmove)

 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
£520,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Black Swan (Photo: Rightmove)The Black Swan (Photo: Rightmove)

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.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: This outdoor area can seat 100 customers (Photo: Rightmove)This outdoor area can seat 100 customers (Photo: Rightmove)

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
£499,950

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Inside the pub (Photo: Rightmove)Inside the pub (Photo: Rightmove)

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.

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