It went under the hammer last month but didn't sell and now interested bidders could be about to bag a bargain
A once-busy pub is going under the hammer for the second time in a few months - this time at a knock-down price.
The Normanby pub went up for auction in September with a guide price of £200,000, but bidders failed to meet the reserve price.
Now the two-storey boozer on Normanby Road is back up at public auction - but has been heavily reduced with £80,000 off the original price tag.
There have been various attempts to revive the venue, which was a popular drinking spot for years and still holds its licence.
New owners took it over after it came back onto the market in 2017 with a 'free of tie' lease.
Last summer, Boro businessman Michael Harvey reopened the venue after giving up his bar in Benidorm.
Eighties soul legend and Big Brother contestant Alexander O'Neal also played there in December, but the pub fell vacant again soon after.
Now it's going up for auction in Leeds in December.
The building has a bar downstairs and large function room on the first floor.
There is also an "extensive" car park, say property auctioneers Pugh and Co Ltd.
The auction will take place at Leeds UFC's Norman Hunter Suite at Elland Road, Leeds, LS11 0ES on December 5.