Scarborough pub The Tennyson Arms is back at auction after failing to sell the first time

A Scarborough pub is up for auction again after failing to sell.

Friday, 21st August 2020, 7:06 am

The Tennyson Arms, on Dean Road, had a reserve price of £200,000 - reduced from £240,000 - but this was not met.

Nick Ward, Auction Specialist for property firm iamsold, said the pub had attracted a good level of interest.

"Ultimately the reserve needs to be met or surpassed in order that we can agree a sale," he added.

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The Tennyson Arms

The pub is now up for auction again, with the same reserve price of £200,000.

The auction is due to close on September 3 at noon.

According to its listing on property website Right Move, the pub is a “mock Tudor-style freehold ” which has two bars and comes with a six-bedroom maisonette above.

There is a front bar with fixed perimeter seating as well as a back bar with access to a cellar.

The maisonette is accessed from a separate door from Dean Road and leads to two floors of spacious accommodation including a lounge, kitchen, six bedrooms, study, bathroom and shower room.

Three of the bedrooms are en-suite and there is also a roof terrace.

The pub is up for sale with CPH Estate Agents and Chartered Surveyors.

For more information, call the estate agents on 01723 352235 or email [email protected]

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