A Kentish Town pub with a history dating back to the 19th Century has been put up for sale.

The Lady Hamilton in Kentish Town Road shut in August, thanking punters for all their support over the last few years.

Now, estate agent Fleurets is looking for a buyer to take over a new lease for the pub.

Situated on a corner just 150m from Kentish Town station, the "traditional" pub occupies a "prime position" on the main road.

The listing says the building offers an open-plan ground floor trade space with a theatre kitchen, a first-floor function room and a four-bedroom flat on the second-floor.

The pub first traded as the Star and Garter in around 1885, and was known as the Camden Daughter until its most recent iteration as the Lady Hamilton.

In April 2020, Kentish Town Neighbourhood Forum was successful in its bid to have the watering hole listed as an ‘asset of community value’ (ACV) with Camden Council.

ACV owners are still able to sell the property at a price of their choice and can seek planning permission to change or redevelop it.

Fleurets divisional director Elysia Wilson-Gunn said: “The Lady Hamilton is an excellent opportunity for an operator to benefit from the substantial footfall on the busy Kentish Town Road.

“The site has an additional function space at first floor and four-bedroom accommodation.

“We look forward to speaking to interested parties regarding the new lease our client wishes to grant.”