A pub and owner’s flat in a historic Scottish city have been brought to market for sale.

Drysdale and Company are handling the sale of the Empire Bar, described as "an excellent opportunity to acquire a well-established wet-led business".

It said it has "a good catchment area in central Bannockburn", a short distance from the centre of Stirling.

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The agent said: "A traditional bar area is provided at ground floor with a large central counter and rear gantry.

The Herald: The traditional bar area has a large counter and rear gantryThe traditional bar area has a large counter and rear gantry (Image: Drysdale and Company)

"A selection of fixed and moveable seating is available throughout and the room benefits from an open wood-burning stove.”

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The agent added: "A separate pool room is provided to the rear of the public bar, along with toilets. Outside seating is provided along with a large storage garage.

"Access to the flat is taken from the rear of the property through a single door and internal stairway."

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It said: "The flat includes a kitchen, lounge, three good-sized bedrooms and a bathroom.”

The Empire Bar sale presents a good opportunity in a historic area of Bannockburn, near where King Robert the Bruce defeated the larger English army in 1314.

Drysdale said the pub and flat are available at an asking price of £235,000.