A former pub town centre pub is on the market.

Yates pub in Tower Street in Ipswich closed at the start of September this year and estate agent Everard Cole has put the venue on the market.

The property is spread out across three floors and has been completely stripped to a shell inside. 

Ipswich Star: There are two bar areas in the buildingThere are two bar areas in the building (Image: Everard Cole)There are two entrances to the property, one off Tower Street and the second off Tower Ramparts. 

The ground floor has a large open plan bar area, access to disabled toilets, and access to a ground floor satellite kitchen with two dumb waiters and a prep and wash up area. 

There is also a cellar on the ground floor with street access. 

Ipswich Star: The interior of the pub has been strippedThe interior of the pub has been stripped (Image: Everard Cole)

A large internal customer staircase to first floor bar which has space for 85 people. 

The first floor also has customer toilets, access to the staff area and a hidden staircase for staff to access all floors. 

The second and top floor of the building has an office, a staff kitchen, the staffroom, a locker room, a storage room with a walk in fridge, the main trade kitchen, and access to a plant room and loft area.

Ipswich Star: The bar can seat 185 people across two floorsThe bar can seat 185 people across two floors (Image: Everard Cole)

The property is ideally located for both daytime and evening trade and is close to the Sailmakers and Buttermarket shopping centres. 

Everard Cole is offering the property in a new 'free of tie' lease with an in-going rent of £65,000. 

An open viewing session at the property is being held on Monday, December 18 from 11am to 12pm and attendance can be registered at gareth@everardcole.co.uk.