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Birmingham’s historic former pub house sold for £ 1.5million


A historic Birmingham building that once housed a bar has been sold for £ 1.53million.

21 Ludgate Hill in the Jewelery Quarter has been bought out and the hunt is on to find new occupants.

The freehold property housed a bar called Stirlings, more recently known as The Boogie Shed, but is now vacant.

There are also five vacant units in the 1850s building which has three floors and a basement.

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The anonymous buyer has now tasked Jewelery Quarter-based real estate agency Siddall Jones with finding new tenants for the 4,000 square feet of retail space on two floors of the canal-side property.

Managing Director Ed Siddall-Jones said: “This magnificent Victorian building is a prime example of canal side work unaltered from the exterior on a corner site.

“For many years and until recently it was a popular bar and restaurant, and with five spacious apartments above it offers a substantial investment opportunity for the new owner.

“The sale represents strong demand for substantial assets located in the jewelry district.”

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