Station Bar, Alloa (ref 1602)

Alloa, Clackmannanshire

Business location


  • Price: 100000
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Business type: Public house

Alloa is the centre of the Clackmannanshire region and is home to an estimated 20,000 residents. The town has gone through significant development in recent years with additional residential housing on the outskirts as well as the arrival back to the town of the railway and railway station for the first time since the 1960s.

The town is connected easily by train on the Stirling to Bathgate line connecting with both the Edinburgh and Glasgow lines at these points. The town is equidistant between Glasgow and Edinburgh, close to larger central Scotland towns located close by including Stirling, Dunfermline and Falkirk. The arrival of the train station back to Alloa town centre has been very successful with an average of 300,000 passengers per year utilising the service.

The Station Bar is located on Primrose Street, very close to the heart of Alloa town centre. The pub is situated a very short walk away from the train station in an ideal location to cater for passing trade as well as to be included in the local town centre “licensed circuit”.

The Station Bar is a neatly presented pub opportunity offering genuine potential for new enthusiastic owners. The premises are offered in good walk-in condition, allowing buyers to solely focus on expanding the business offering.

We are acting for the landlords who have rented the premises to the same tenant for the last 10 years. As the tenant departs for retirement our clients have decided to offer the site for sale with vacant possession.

At present the business trades as a well-run public house, with an excellent local reputation. The business would be ideal for a couple with a flair for food as there is obvious potential in harnessing a food and function offering.

The business is offered for sale on a feuhold basis (freehold).

Massive price reduction: Was £175,000 now offers over £100,000.

Council tax band: X, Tenure: Freehold,