Commercial property agent AG&G has put seven freehold pubs up for sale, with asking prices ranging from £525,000 to £700,000, in London and the Home Counties, writes Gurjit Degun. The pubs are: - The White Hart in Old Woking, Surrey, which evolved from a 16th century brewery and has inglenook fireplaces, beams, a rear garden plus a riverside location in a conservation area. It is offered for £550,000. - The Victoria on Ewell Road, Surbiton is on the market for £600,000. The two-storey property includes two-bed living accommodation over the trade area. - The Gun Tavern, Croydon, is set on a retail pitch in Church Street, near mainline rail stations, trams and shopping centres. It is being marketed at £525,000. - The Duke of Fife in E7 has an asking price of £600,000. The Grade II-listed corner property features a function room and seven-bed living accommodation. - The Ivy House in Peckham achieved 12th place in Elle magazine’s 25 Best Bars Guide last year, and is offered for £700,000. - The Gladstone on Wilcox Road, Vauxhall, is set in a mixed retail and residential area, and about half a mile from Vauxhall station. It is being offered for £700,000. Final and best offers are required by Friday 29 July for all the properties.