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North London Stonegate Pubs Looking For New Owners

Several north London pubs owned by a national firm are looking for new owners.

The Stonegate group has over 4,500 sites across the UK that are leased and tenanted or managed by the company

It is currently listing eight north London pubs for new owners in areas like Crouch End, Camden, Islington, Tottenham, Winchmore Hill, Newington Green and Harlesden.

Ever thought about running a pub? Here are the premises on offer:

The Princess Alexandra, Crouch End The Princess Alexandra (Image: Street View)

The Princess Alexandra in Park Road, Crouch End, reportedly closed its doors this year due to the former owners being “fed up working 80 hours a week for not much money”, the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) said.

Stonegate said that the 120-year-old watering hole has the potential to build a great reputation for quality drinks.

It is estimated that the forecast turnover per year would be £645,647 and the guide rent is £1,000 per week.

All About Eve, Camden All About Eve in Camden Town (Image: Street View)

This 1950s inspired bar in the heart of Camden Town in Jamestown Road is described as a “well decorated” and “stylish venue”.

Along with its two separate trading floors, there is a living accommodation split across two floors, with four spacious bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchen.

It’s estimated that the forecast turnover per year would be £658,988 and the guide rent is £1,375 per week.

Four Sisters, Islington Four Sisters (Image: Street View)

This Islington pub in Canonbury Lane is permanently closed at the moment, but is said to “have the potential to be transformed into a high-end business” and is described as a “blank canvas” with plenty of scope for development.

Split over the two floors, the venue also comes with a covered courtyard area and a two-bedroom private accommodation.

Stonegate said: “The venue has the potential to become and really popular spot and one where booking will be essential.”

The forecast turnover is estimated to be £362,166 per year, with a much cheaper guide rent of £673 per week.

Royal Oak, Harlesden The Royal Oak Harlesden (Image: Street View)

The Royal Oak pub in High Street, Harlesden confirmed at the beginning of November last year that it would be closing down.

Now the Victorian building, which has a private two-bedroom flat on the third floor, is being listed for lease.

According to Stonegate, the forecast turnover per year when the Royal Oak reopens is estimated to be £520,000.

Cellar Taps, Newington Green The Cellars (Image: Street View)

A skylights looks down onto the dining area of the Cellar Taps in Newington Green Road, a place described to have a number of growth opportunities.

Above the pub’s trading area is a five-bedroom accommodation with a separate lounge and a domestic kitchen.

Stonegate said: “This is a stunning site in a great location. It’s rare that opportunities like this come available, especially when the site is in the condition it is. There are a number of areas that present growth opportunities from the existing trade, food would be the key area.”

The forecast turnover is £607,626 per year and the guide rent is £923 a week.

Queens Head, Winchmore Hill The Queens Head (Image: Street View)

Located in Station Road, Winchmore Hill, the established community pub is looking for inspiration from an “entrepreneurial publican”.

There is a large floor space at the front as well as a garden at the back and it comes with a three-bedroom flat, with a lounge, kitchen and bathroom.

The forecast turnover is £562,941 and the guide rent is £846 per week.

Dog & Duck, Winchmore Hill Dog & Duck (Image: Street View)

Found in Hoppers Road, Winchmore Hill, the pub is described as a “popular hotspot within the community” as it attracts trade with entertainment such as quiz nights, Sky Sports viewings, live bands and DJ’s.

The one-room operation is on the ground floor, providing 30 seats and standing room. There is also a beer garden used as trading space in the warmer months.

It comes with a three-bedroom private accommodation spread across two floors, with a lounge, kitchen and bathroom.

Its forecast turnover per year is £416,993 and the guide rent per week is £673.

The Elbow Room, Tottenham Picture not available

This pub is popular with Spurs fans, as it in based in High Road.

It’s fully equipped with many large screens and a projector, making it an ideal location for sports. The pub also has a beer garden too.

There is a three-bedroom accommodation on site.

Describing the ideal owner, Stonegate said: “[They should have] the ability to adapt from the London Derby home game into Beyoncé concert to drive sales and appeal to the transitional customer will be essential.

“An opportunity to grow sales through the local student market will be key here so the operator will need a ROTW packed full of activity and reasons to visit. “

The forecast turnover is £598,000 per year.