AN iconic Glasgow pub is up for sale. 

The Laurieston Bar, which has been owned by the Clancy family for more than 40 years, has been brought to the market by specialist business property adviser Christie & Co with a price tag of £750,000.

The Category C-listed Bridge Street bar has maintained a traditional theme throughout, remaining virtually unchanged since the 1960s, and features panelled walls and ceilings and memorabilia and drawings from local artists

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It hosts regular events such as live music and comedy and club nights and has been used for filming movies such as Young Adam and Wild Rose.

Filming also took place at the venue last year for gritty Sky thriller Dead Shot starring Mark Strong and Colin Morgan, while scenes from HBO's Succession were also filmed there.

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The pub is located within one of the city's most popular pub crawl circuits and benefits from local and tourist trade year round. 

It also generates trade from the additional footfall at the nearby O2 Academy and will soon benefit from the regeneration project at Central Quay which will bring 350 new apartments to the area. 

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John and James Clancy, the current owners, said: "In any family business, 'family', is the priority.

"After 40 years serving "The Laurieston Bar Family", we would now like to devote more time to serving the Clancy family.

"It goes without saying, it will be business as usual until the right buyer is found."

Tony Spence, associate director at Christie & Co who is handing the sale, added: "This is a rare opportunity to acquire a longstanding, successful pub in central Glasgow.

"The business is well placed to succeed going forward and would suit both an owner-operator or could be added to an existing portfolio."