ARE YOU someone who has fancied yourself pouring pints rather than drinking them?

Do you ever wonder what it would be like to stand on the other side of the bar?

Well, if you've entertained that idea, now could be your time to shine as there are three watering holes in Southampton currently up for grabs.

Empty out your piggy bank or start saving to put yourself forward for the running of pubs in Southampton town centre, Bitterne Park and Brambidge in Eastleigh.

Without further ado, here are the three pubs up for grabs, according to the website.

All information was available and correct on the website at the time of publication.

  • One 0 Four

Daily Echo: One 0 Four. Photo: findmypubOne 0 Four. Photo: findmypub

Address: Above Bar Street, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 7DT

Ingoing cost: £6,860

Rent: N/A

Type: Self Employed Management

Accommodation: N/A

Details: The One 0 Four is a trendy kitchen and cocktail bar in Southampton city centre. The site is ideally situated just opposite the Marlands Shopping Centre, near the main West Quay Shopping Centre and next to Palmerstone Park meaning plenty of passing trade to appeal to.

The pub has a fresh, open plan trading area with a full kitchen and large bar and also benefits from outside seating on the terrace opposite Palmerstone Park. 

There is no private accommodation at the site so live out allowance is offered on top of the retailer fee.

  • The Station

Daily Echo: The Station. Photo: findmypubThe Station. Photo: findmypub

Address: Bullar Road, Bitterne Park, Southampton, Hampshire, SO18 1GT

Ingoing cost: £7,000

Rent: N/A

Type: Self Employed Management

Accommodation: The private accommodation comprises three bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen, bathroom, toilet, and office.

Details: The Station is situated in a very prominent location near the railway station on a main arterial route into Southampton town centre.

The business benefits from being close to Southampton FC and enjoys "exceptional trade" on match days. 

All local amenities are nearby including schools and shops.

This is an extensive site with three trading zones.

As you enter the pub you will come into the main bar with the service area straight ahead. To the right is the dining area and kitchen and to the left-hand side at the rear is a sports zone with a pool table. Internally there will be 52 covers.

Externally, the outdoor space will feature a covered pergola and large patio area, with 128 covers.

  • Dog & Crook

Daily Echo: Dog & Crook. Photo: findmypubDog & Crook. Photo: findmypub

Address: Brambridge, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO50 6HZ

Ingoing cost: £13,500

Rent: £42,000 (annual cost)

Type: Tenancy

Accommodation: The private accommodation is well presented and in good condition, comprising of three double bedrooms, a large lounge area, fitted kitchen and a bathroom with a shower and bath.

Details: The pub resides on the main road just outside of Colden Common village and benefits very well from passing trade with schools in the area, a good road network to the M27 and the M3 motorway, and local charms including The River Itchen and Brambridge Garden Centre.

The landlords are now looking for a new starter or a publican with food experience who can continue and grow the already well-established food offer.

On entrance to the pub, you are welcomed by a large wraparound bar in the middle of the property which offers seating on either side for drinking and dining.

There is a more structured area for seating in the restaurant area which features a cosy fireplace, with a total of 20 covers for dining throughout in both the bar and restaurant. 

There is a covered terrace area that leads out to the beer garden which is laid out for 30 covers, and there is an additional lawned area with outdoor seating offering a further 30 covers for guests to drink and dine alfresco.

At the top of the beer garden is a converted shed located which has been transformed into an outdoor bar.

There is a decent size car park to the front of the property which is lined and has space for up to 30 spaces.