Published: 06:00, 22 January 2020
A five-floor pub with sea views is set to go under the hammer at auction.
The Port and Anchor pub in Ramsgate has a guide price of £375,000 to £425,000.
It is among 171 lots listed for sale by Clive Emson, the land and property auctioneers, ahead of its next sale.
Auction appraiser Jon Rimmer said of the pub, located on Albion Hill: "The substantial building is situated in an enviable location, close to Ramsgate Royal Harbour and the high street.
"The top floor is arranged as living accommodation but a new owner might wish to sub-divide the upper floors to create more residential units – but all necessary consents must be obtainable.
"Those looking for a business to run, as well as investors and developers, are likely to be interested in this lot."
One of the town's former public toilet blocks is also on the market and is expected to fetch between £10,000 and £15,000.
The loos, in Dane Road, have not been used for their original purpose for some time.
However, the building, due to its cast iron panelling, is Grade II-listed and the toilets may be suitable for a variety of purposes as long as all necessary consents are obtainable.
The sale takes place on Monday, February 10, at the Clive Emson Conference Centre, Kent County Showground, Detling, starting at 11am.
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