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DEVELOPMENT
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“Merthyr Express” 23 May 1903
Sale   Fochriw, near Dowlais  To Brewers, Licensed Victuallers, and other Capitalists, Sale of the Leasehold Double Licensed Inn and Other Premises.  
Mr. Isaac Edwards is favoured with instructions to sell by Public Austion at the Mount Pleasant Inn, Fochriw, on Thursday, May 28th, 1903, at 7.30 p.m.
Lot 1 - All of that valuable inn and premises, now we in the occupation of Mr. David Jones, known as Mount Pleasant Inn, Fochriw. These premises are held for a term of 99 years from the first day of May, 1858, and will be sold subject to the apportioned yearly ground rent of £2-3s-1d.
The premises are also sub-let for a term of 21 years from the 1st day of January, 1890, at a net annual rental of £50, but determinable, nevertheless, at the option of the sub-lessee, at the end of the first seven or fourteen years of the said term of 21 years.  The premises comprise:
Ground Floor - Parlour & Tap Room in front, Small Tap Room and Bar in the rear, large Kitchen.
First Floor: Spacious Long Room, with three large Bedrooms.
Outbuildings: two pigscots, a two-stall stable with a large hay-loft and usual offices.
The Inn is situated at Pentwyn, close to the junction of the four main roads connecting Dowlais, Fochriw, Bargoed, and Bedlinog.
It is anticipated that sinking operations will shortly be started in the immediate vicinity of this property. The opportunity thus afforded of shortly securing a Free Double Licence Premises and Good Cottage Property, in the district with such a future before it, is seldom met with. Plans, particulars and conditions of sale are being prepared. In of the meantime, all information may be obtained upon application to the Auctioneer, Cambria Chambers, North-street, Dowlais, also from Mr. John Thomas Jones, solicitor, Union Street, Dowlais.
“Merthyr Express” 6 June 1903
Property Sale   At the Mount Pleasant Inn, Vochriw, on Thursday se'nnight,  Mr. Isaac Edwards, auctioneer, offered for sale, several lots of leasehold property, including a double-licensed inn. The Inn and premises - the Mount Pleasant Inn - were withdrawn at £1,950.
Views of Hill Row
The White Horse Inn, Pentwyn
Old electricity substation at Pentwyn Crossroads (Now demolished)
Mount Pleasant Inn, Pentwyn
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