HAVE you ever thought about owning your own pub?

It could be your lucky day as a popular Willaston pub has been put on the market - with a very reasonable price tag.

Grade II listed Pollards Inn is available for £165,000 with an annual rent of £65,000 thanks to estate and letting agents Christie & Co.

The former barn, built in 1637, has seen many facelifts over the year and now boasts a bar, conservatory and dining area for up to 68 punters.

Outside the impressive garden space has seating for around 100 customers, a children's play area, private garden and 38 parking bays.

That's not all, as Pollards Inn has a function space for up to 80 guests plus five country-style letting bedrooms and a one bedroom flat for owner's accommodation.

Current owner and village resident Jamie Kimpton said: “Pollards Inn has been an important part of our lives for the past seven years, providing myself and my family with a fine standard of living.

"It’s with a heavy heart that I am selling in order to pursue other interests, but I do so with the comfort that someone will take Pollards Inn to the next level.”

Situated just off the main village high street, Pollards Inn is just a few miles from Chester and Heswall.

Senior agent at Christie & Co’s Manchester office Tom O’Malley said: “Pollards Inn is a fantastic pub with an enviable reputation for its dining experience.

"There is huge potential by increasing the size of its conservatory to provide a further 40 covers and by pushing the function side of the business.

"As a result of its popular location, we expect to see a good level of interest.”