New to Market: The Queens Arms, South Norwood

February 13, 2017

The Pubs and Bars team at Leisure property advisers, Davis Coffer Lyons, has been instructed to market the former Queens Arms Public House in South Norwood, south east London, on behalf of the private landlord.

The former Public House is available on either a Freehold or Leasehold basis and offers are invited. On a leasehold basis, a new free of tie 25-year lease is available seeking rental offers of £75,000pa. The property is currently vacant.

Paul Tallentyre, Executive Director, Davis Coffer Lyons, said: “our client is looking at all options for this property and wouldn’t rule out any use. The area is developing rapidly and there are some great new operators and developments happening.”

Close to Norwood Junction Station, this pocket of south-east London has open spaces, good schools and transport links. The area has become increasingly desirable, having experienced the ripple effect down from nearby Crystal Palace and Dulwich. There is also lots of development in the pipeline in nearby Croydon which is two miles away, including the new shopping centre from Westfield and Hammerson.”