of Berrow pub in doubt after it fails to sell at second auction
future of a pub in Berrow continues to hang in the balance after
it failed to attract any bidders at a second auction.
Berrow Inn was orginally put up for auction in July with a guide
price of £350,000-£380,000 but it failed to sell and
its price was cut to £320,000 for a second auction on October
the pub failed to sell at the second auction and did not attract
any interest," Nick Webber from Westcoast Properties told
Burnham-On-Sea.com. "A question mark hangs over its future."
the property is being marketed as a pub with an alcohol license,
the sale board outside states it has "significant development
potential subject to planning permission."
including Keith Verrier, are concerned that the building could
be knocked down and replaced with flats.
recently told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We don't want to be without
our village pub. Our fear is that the property is going to be
sold off and turned into a block of flats or houses. We don't
want to have to travel to Burnham or Brean to use a pub - we want
our local pub to be the social hub of the village."