The Rover will sail again

25th September 2019

An Irish legend on the streets of Glasgow.

Suitably named after the mythical Irish Rover Sailing Ship, Bruce & Co have great pleasure to bring to market this renowned Glaswegian pub. Having been under the successful ownership since 2014, the Rover has been substantially developed and maintained by its current owner – who now wishes to conclude a successful business venture and move onto new opportunities.

The pub is perfectly situated in a prime city centre location. Operating from a traditional basement retail unit, it capitalises on an entrance to the busy Sauchiehall Street. The property is split into a bar area, two seating areas and a commercial kitchen space.

Regularly benefiting from reinvestment from its current owner, the pub is in excellent condition. Future buyers will capitalise greatly on its advantageous position within a well populated area.  They would also discover a significant scope for profit maximization.

A spokesperson for the selling agent Bruce & Co stated; “the sale of The Irish Rover Bar offers a great opportunity to purchase a well established city centre licenced premises, with excellent business opportunities. The business benefits from an excellent location. Viewing is highly recommended”.

Bruce & Co is seeking offers over £219,000 for the freehold of the business.

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