£695,000 Freehold
Traditional Birmingham Public house on site of 0.68 acres­ £695,000

New Inns
71 Summer Road
West Midlands

Key Points
  • Traditional Birmingham pub on site of 0.68 acres, edge of Erdington town centre in residential area
  • Two trading rooms with total customer seating for approx. 55 customers
  • Large external trading area and 10 space car park.
  • Disused former bowling green to rear. Total site area 0.68 acres.
The New Inns fronts Summer Road, B4142, to the west of the centre of Erdington in a mainly residential area of Victorian villas, terraced properties and a development of low rise flats opposite. In addition, the rear of the site has a frontage to the Sutton Road, A5127, which is the main arterial route from Birmingham City Centre, 3.5 miles to the south to Sutton Coldfield, 2 miles to the north. The locally well known traffic junction of Six Ways Erdington is also within 500 yards as is Erdington Railway Station which is on the Cross City Line.
The New Inns public house is of traditional 2 storey brick and tile construction with original glazed tiling and etched windows to the frontage and various similar extensions to the rear. The pub benefits from a surfaced car park pull in from Summer Road for circa 10 cars. Directly accessible from both the bar and lounge, there is an external trading area and smoking shelters. The disused former bowling green and former pavilion lie between the external trading area and the Sutton Road frontage to the rear of the site. In total the property extends to 0.688 acres. The footprint of the pub is 3133 sf including outbuildings. ( Source Nimbus Maps).