The sale of a former public house located on a main road in York has been agreed.

Offers had been invited for the old Bumper Castle pub in Wigginton Road which latterly operated as Brew and Brisket steakhouse.

Agents Barry Crux who are handling the sale said the property was suited to a range of uses, including as a public house, wine bar, restaurant, catering offering, or for retail.

Barry Crux told The Press: "The sale of the pub has been agreed and is in the solicitor's hands."

He was unable to confirm further details until the deal has been sealed, however, the site is also considered suitable for re-development of the whole site, subject to planning consent.

The building is on a large site with a spacious car park close to different retail, commercial and leisure areas on Clifton Moor.

The property has also previously operated as the Babursie Castle restaurant.

Meanwhile, The Cross Keys Public House in Dunnington is also on the market through Barry Crux at £99,950 for the business, lease, fixtures, fittings and stock.

It features a bar area, lounge bar, sports area, and dining area along with a large beer garden with children's play area and terrace, plus a car park.

The pub which comes with three-bedroom living accommodation attracts guests from a wide area.