A city centre pub building complete with its own brewery has been put on sale.

North Laine Brewhouse’s site in Gloucester Place has been put on the market as the freehold for the pub, brewery and flats listed for £5 million.

The site, including eight flats, will include taking over the historic pub site which was first built in the 19th century.

North Laine Brewhouse will still trade from the site and will not be affected by any sale.

Listed on property site Fleurets, the property was described as a “substantial and historic five-storey character semi-attached property built in 1819 with a slate mansard roof, painted and exposed brick elevations, bay windows and balconies”.

The Argus: Inside North Laine BrewhouseInside North Laine Brewhouse (Image: Fleurets)

It adds: “The Laine Pub Company trades this site as 'The North Laine Brewhouse'. It has a strong wet-led trade alongside brewing its own beer which supplies other Laine Pubs within Brighton.”

Listings for the site say that North Laine Brewhouse, owned by Laine Brew Co., has over eight years left on its lease, which expires in 2032.

The pub pays £135,000 a year in rent.

The building also includes eight flats which currently make a rental income of nearly £120,000 per year.

The Argus: Inside North Laine BrewhouseInside North Laine Brewhouse (Image: Fleurets)

The entire building is nearly 20,000 square feet in size.

The pub first opened in 2014 and was the second site for Laine Brew Co. in Brighton after it first opened The Mash Tun in 1997.

The business now owns sites in London, Liverpool and across the UK. This includes dozens of sites in Brighton and Hove including the Ancient Mariner in Rutland Road, the Black Lion in The Lanes and Dead Wax Social in Bond Street.

Laine Brew Co was approached for comment.