A popular Grade II listed pub in St Albans has been put up for sale by its owners.
The Rose and Crown in St Michaels Street is being advertised for leasehold at £110,000.
The 16th century building has a long history and is considered to be one of the oldest pubs in the area.
It was taken on by Richard Marrett, the manager of St Michael’s Manor Hotel, in 2017.
When new owners purchase the property, it is uncertain if it will remain as a pub or the use of the building will be changed.
According to Rightmove the pub makes a turnover of £365,000 (including VAT) and are currently charged £43,000 a year in rent.
The property is available to view at rightmove.co.uk/commercial-property-for-sale/property-62957112.html