Pub operator heralds renewed Talbot
In heraldry, a talbot is a white hunting dog – and the pub of that name in Brockley, SE4, has been hunted down by an independent operator through licensed leisure specialists AG&G.
Sold off an asking price of £545,000, the Talbot is an attractive, updated mid-Victorian building situated in the much sought-after Brockley Conservation Area.
“It is trading as an excellent gastro-pub opportunity with scope to build the existing trade of around £10,000 per week,” says AG&G’s Panayiotis Themistocli.
“With a largely low-rise residential setting and planning permission already applied for to create a new entrance to the pub through a side extension, there is lots of room for new owners to put their own stamp on the place.”
The Talbot also provides lots of physical space. The three-storey end-of-terrace Victorian property has a trading area with central servery and timber flooring on the ground floor and a trade kitchen plus 46-cover dining room on the first floor. There is also a basement cold store and, on the second floor, four rooms plus a bathroom.