The price of a well-established Barrhead pub has been dramatically slashed as it remains up for sale months after hitting the market. 

It is believed the hunt for a buyer for the family-owned Arthurlie Inns began before last summer with a guide price of £440,000, but this has since been reduced to £350,000.

The recently refurbished property, which is in “excellent condition” and still open for business, is prominently positioned at the west end of Main Street and overlooks Allan's Corner roundabout. 

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Marketed by DM Hall, the property up for sale includes a lockup town centre public house, three-bedroom owner’s accommodation and a basement cellar.

The ground floor public bar and basement lounge bar areas are fully equipped with a fitted bar, servery counter and ample seating.

The owner’s accommodation, meanwhile, is situated at first floor level and is accessed by a separate doorway via an internal stair to the side of the property.