Old Bank Building


High Street / Town property


  • Beer Garden
  • Cask Ales
  • Catering Kitchen
  • Pool Area
  • Restaurant/Dining
  • Live Sports
  • Live Music

Property Details

The Old Bank Bar is a converted bank building. It mainly occupies the ground floor of a terraced two-storey traditional sandstone building. There is a flat roof extension to the rear of the property which is laid over ground and first floor levels.

The Old Bank Bar is located on William Street within Greenock. The pub is tucked around the corner from the main street within the heart of Greenock’s conservation area. Accessed easily from Dalrymple Street on entering Greenock the immediate area has a mix of retail, leisure and office buildings with the main shopping centre and high street retailers being within minutes walk. Largs can be easily reached via the A78 whilst the A770 leads to Gourock and the ferry terminals from where Dunoon and Argyll can be reached.

Internal Details
The Old Bank Bar is entered from the front and is pretty much configured in an open plan basis, with a raised seating area (30) to the front and a semi partitioned seating area centrally which is where the main eating area is located.

The bar traditional bar servery is located to the left hand side having bar stools to the front.
Additional booth style seating to the rear wall and rear corner offering a great selection of alternative seating areas. The bar/lounge is in good order throughout and there are a number of flat screen TVs located. The fully equipped kitchen is located to the rear of the premises on the ground floor.

Other Floors
The first floor level has the managers office, staff WC and kitchen.Within the basement is the beer cellar and where the boiler and plant is located.

External Details
To the rear there is a large enclosed beer garden with a selection of timber tables and chairs. There is a timber shelter together with two large umbrellas centrally positioned. There is also a flat screen TV located outside.

Private Accommodation

Trading Style

  • Established public house, central location
  • Trading well, 79% wet sales, 21% food – T/O currently in excess of £585k per annum
  • Large open plan bar, lounge and restaurant
  • Well fitted throughout

Applicant Profile

Would suit experienced operator with some local knowledgeDue to high turnover would also suit multiple operators

Financials & Tenure:

  • Length of Tenure:  10 years
  • Agreement type: Lease
  • Rent: £ 43,750
  • Ingoings: £ 16,250

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