Kent pub with new kitchen that’s gathering dust seeks food-led owner


A Kent pub with a newly fitted commercial kitchen is seeking fresh ownership.

The Queen’s Head in the village of Five Oak Green, which has a rich history as a well-known hop growing area in the 19th century, recently had a new kitchen installed but it is presently unutilised as the pub doesn’t have a food offering.

It is thought that the site could be ideal for a new owner that wishes to develop a food proposition for the wet-led pub without having to make a large capital investment in new kitchen equipment.

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The site is on the market for £295,000 and occupies a semi-detached two-storey property that also provides a three-bed owners’ accommodation with a living room, bathroom and kitchen.

James Hughes, business agent at Christie & Co, is handling the sale and said: “The Queens Head is a popular and well-supported venue in the heart of this great village and presents a fabulous opportunity for a new owner-operator. The business is currently wet-led giving a new operator the chance to build on current trade by providing a food offering and extending the opening hours.”

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