Lockup Town Centre Public House
- Prominent location
- Lockup town centre public house
- Three bed owner’s accommodation
- Basement cellar
- Guide price £350,000
The Arthurlie Inn is prominently positioned at the west end of Main Street, at its junction with Cross Arthurlie Street, overlooking a busy roundabout intersection in Barrhead.
Barrhead is a mature and fully established town in East Renfrewshire which over the years has increased in popularity as the residential settlement, particularly for commuters working in the city of Glasgow and other nearby settlements.
Barrhead has a good means of access onto Scotland’s main motorway network via the M77 and Paisley is approximately 3 miles to the north via the A726 or B771.
The immediate surrounding area comprises a mature and established mix of residential and commercial premises.
Directly opposite the pub is a Lidl supermarket, a Tesco supermarket and a mix of private and social housing.
The Arthulie Inn comprises a detached public house situated over ground, lower ground/basement and first floor levels. The main entrance from the front leads directly from Main Street via double leaf outer storm doors into a vestibule, in turn linking directly to the public bar. The accommodation is arranged to provide the public bar and toilet facilities at ground floor level linking by an internal stair to a separate lounge bar with additional customer wc facilities together with a beer cellar at lower ground/basement level.
The owner’s accommodation is situated at first floor and is accessed by a separate doorway via an internal stair to the side of the property.
Internally The Arthurlie Inn has recently been refurbished and is in excellent condition both the ground floor public bar and basement lounge bar areas are fully equipped with a fitted bar
servery counter and ample seating.
These each contain the usual range of beer fonts, soft drinks dispensers, stainless steel sink units and spirit optics as well as refrigerated drinks cabinets.