The search is on for a new owner of a pub which has been boarded up after its sudden closure.

The Harringay Arms, on Crouch Hill, had its windows and doors boarded up near the end of January – with notices placed at its front.

Since its closure, pub operator Stonegate Group has been quick to list the venue as ‘new to the market’ in a search of a new person to run the premises.

A description of the venue described it as “outstanding”, adding it “has the opportunity to be the best and most comfortable pub in the area”.

“This a great opportunity in a truly sought after location,” Stonegate said.

The pub does not come with a full trade kitchen, although there is a small prep room on the floor above and a small space in the side bar, which has a pizza oven. Its courtyard garden also can host up to 15 people.

Above the pub itself there is a one-bedroom flat with a lounge, bathroom and kitchen.

Stonegate said: “This is a terrific opportunity that has the scope to lend itself to various offers and with imagination and vision it could easily become one of the key destination venues in the Crouch End area pulling customer from the surrounding areas.

“Whilst small (approx 80 covers in both sides) and with limitations on the food offering due to space, this is a lovely business.”

The pub is forecast to have a turnover of £383,246 per year and a guide rent of £769 per week.

Anyone interested in owning the pub for a fixed term tenancy should visit: