A former popular town centre pub has gone on the market with a price tag of £125,000.
Described as a “town centrer boozer’ by Fleurets, who are Manchester based leisure property specialists, the pub in Parker Lane has a 3am late licence.
A popular haunt for revellers before it closed around a year ago, the Cattle Market was renowned for hosting live entertainment and was a prominent feature of the main drinking circuit.
Situated right across the road from the police station, the two storey corner property has stone built elevations beneath a pitched roof.
On the ground floor there is an open plan bar with games area.
Accommodation for the landlord includes three bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom. There is a yard to the rear with parking space.
In its heyday the Cattle Market was a popular lunch break haunt for office and retail workers in town.
It is one of the original pubs still standing in Parker Lane that was once thronging with hostelries.
The Cattle Market is being advertised as freehold. Anyone who is interested is asked to ring Fleurets on 0161 683 5445.