The future of two of SE25's Crystal Palace pubs is unclear after they were both sold.
The Portmanor, in Portland Road, and The Ship, in High Street, have both been sold by struggling pub company Punch Taverns.
A Punch spokesman said it had sold the freehold to The Ship on August 26 after selling The Portmanor in July.
The spokesman added the details of the deals were confidential but available from the Land Registry.
The Portmanor, according to the registry, has been bought by Cresswest Ltd, which lists itself as a company which "buys and sells real estate" and is based in Middlesex.
Its main director, Mahendra Vithaldas Ganatra, appears to have a long history in property development and investments but little experience of the pub trade.
The Ship's new owners have not yet been listed on the registry although there were rumours at Crystal Palace's game with Burnley last weekend the pub would be shut for nine months for refurbishment.
The Portmanor, previously the home of the Holmesdale Fanatics, shut before the end of last season after previous landlord Geoff Charles said he was fed up with of lack of support from Punch.