A WELL-KNOWN Huddersfield pub is on the market, but not as a drinking establishment.
The Ash Brow on Bradford Road has been put on the market by Halifax estate agents Walker Singleton.
Offers are invited around £300,000.
The property, which is two miles north of the town centre, is available on a freehold basis.
But it has no licence and is being sold as a conversion or redevelopment property rather than a pub. It has been closed for about two weeks.
The ground floor covers 167 square metres and includes an L-shaped bar area, games room, kitchen and toilets.
The first floor includes a living room, dining room, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
There are also two store rooms in the basement and a car park with 15 spaces behind the pub.
In 1998 landlady Janet Wilkins was nominated for a tenant of the year award. The pub was judged to be in the top 10 of Century Inns’ 400 properties.
It is being sold by Enterprise Inns.
The pub also featured in the Examiner in 2000, when licensee Hazel Antonini organised a charity maggot race. The event raised £300 for the pub’s football team, KKS Ash Brow.