Two London pubs offered by Enterprise Inns - The Birdcage in Stamford Hill and The Snooty Fox in Highbury - sold for £1.05m and £800,000 at yields of 6.3% and 6.5% respectively at an Acuitus auction last week, writes Paul Charity. Elsewhere in the sale, The Six Chimneys in Kirkgate, Wakefield, which is let to JD Wetherspoon, sold for £1.145m at a yield of 5.7%. The auction also saw the sale of the building which is home to Sloan's Bar in Glasgow's Argyle Street which is reputedly the city's oldest watering hole (it's been trading since the late 1700s) for £1m at a yield of 7.09%. Richard Auterac, Acuitus auctioneer, said: "All the lots were sold to private property investors and the sales demonstrate the continued demand for these types of investments at auction".