A "long-established" Renfrewshire pub built in the 19th century has been listed for sale for more than £800k. 

The River Inn at Crosslee in Houston is being sold after joint liquidators George Lafferty and Barry Stewart of Leonard Curtis instructed Shepherd Chartered Surveyors to sell the property.

It's listed for offers over £850,000.

The Gazette:

The cosy pub, which recently closed, has been a long-standing part of the Houston community with the original section of the property being built as a coaching house in the nineteenth century.

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The River Inn has been fitted out to a high standard with a reception and bistro, Chrysalis restaurant, family bar, toilets, kitchen, and stores on the ground floor.

On the upper floor, a sports bar/function room sits along with a restaurant, toilets, kitchen, and stores.

The sale has also been described as an "attractive opportunity for alternative development" to any buyer.

Gary Louttit, head of hospitality & leisure at Shepherd, said: “As well as offering a long-established popular country restaurant and bar with limited local competition, the property and site also offer an attractive opportunity for alternative development, including residential.”

Interested parties should contact the sole selling agent on 0141 331 2807.