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Historic Wapping pub with riverside garden comes to market

The Town of Ramsgate pub in Wapping has been brought to market through Fleurets, with a guide price of £395k for the leasehold.

Reputedly there has been a pub on the site since the 15th century, however the current Grade II-listed building is believed to date back to the mid-18th century.

The Town of Ramsgate possesses characterful bar and dining areas with roughly 70 covers, a first floor trade kitchen, as well as living accommodation with four bedrooms. It is also well-known for its enviable riverside beer garden, which has views across to Rotherhithe and Tower Bridge.

Simon Bland from Fleurets is marketing the leasehold interest in the property and commented, “Nestled among the historic converted warehouses and tea wharfes along the Thames bank in this atmospheric and desirable part of East London, this famous old waterman’s tavern displays its remarkable history and character both internally and externally.

'Being also a very successful operation, we are anticipating high levels of interest in what is, in my view, a rather special opportunity.”

Not only is Wapping is one of East London's most atmospheric riverside areas but it's also home to Helen Mirren and Graham Norton.