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Old Cock

Old Cock Yard, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX1 1DS
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Catering Kitchen
Function Room
Team Games
Pool Area
  • Catering Kitchen
  • Function Room
  • Team Games
  • Pool Area


One of Halifax's oldest Inns

Ingoing Cost: £295,000.00
Rent: TBC
Agreement Type: Freehold / Lease Assignment
Reference Number: 110718 / 022209

The stated ingoing figures are correct at point of advertising. Please be aware there may be additional costs.

Property Features:

The Old Cock is located off the back of a high street. This pub is known as the townhouse in 1580, this is one of Halifax's oldest inns.

The back bar-lounge, with its high ceiling, has a vast set of mullion windows that almost fill an entire wall. There are sets of high tables and chairs, a pool table and a serving area for lunchtime diners. The room is divided by a leaded window containing. The first floor Oak Room is now a function room and has oak panelling, a stained glass window with twenty lights and a fireplace of 1581. 

Trading Style:

This pub has lots of potential. Where the Old Cock is located, the food offering can be brought into the site to attract lunchtime or evening shoppers as well as catering for events that could be held in the function room.

The pub also has the facility for live entertainment with there being a DJ unit available in the site. The pub also benefits from having a games room. So if all of these elements are utilised it has a fantastic opportunity to be a great town centre pub.

Private Accommodation:

This consists of three bedrooms.

Key Financial Information

Tenure - Free hold and part long lease.

The majority of the property is freehold but with the first and second floors of numbers, 8 and 10 Southgate are held by way of a 125-year lease from 1982 at a peppercorn rent.


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