All that well established licensed house and premises known as
“THE BERKELEY CASTLE,”
Situate Near Catherine Place, in Stokes Croft Road, at the top of Stokes Croft in the City of Bristol, with the large covered yard at the side; together with the goodwill, licenses, possession, trade fixtures, utensils, and other effects as per inventory.
And also all that commodious
Situate in the rear of and adjoining the said licensed premises.
The premises occupy a commanding position in a respectable, healthy, and populous neigbourhood. They have a frontage to the main road of 33½ feet or thereabouts, and stand on a commodious area, affording ample room for the erection of additional buildings.
The whole is freehold and entirely free from ground rent.
The licensed premises comprise a most commodious bar and bar parlour; and in the dwelling house are two parlours, kitchen and back kitchen, with boiler, &c., and upstairs 3 good bedrooms, with excellent cupboards.
At the side is a capital covered yard, with entrance from the main road by a pair of gates.
The roofs (new last year) and drains are in first rate condition.
The vendor has for many years occupied the premises, and has carried on there a good and increasing busines, from which he is now retiring with a competence, and the whole will be handed over to the purchaser as a going concern in the full sense of the word. A considerable part of the purchase money can, if desired, remain on mortgage of the property. Further particulars may be obtained from the auctioneer, Rupert Street, or from
Mr. EDWARD THOMAS, Solicitor, 11 SMALL STREET, BRISTOL