We understand the property was originally built in the 1930s and is constructed of a traditional brick under pitched slate roof and part flat roof areas. We further believe that in 1989 the premises were converted for its current use as a restaurant from a former print works, which included the removal of part of the first floor to create an open courtyard effect within the ground floor area. There is also a single storey front extension to the front elevation.
Access is provided from Queen Anne Street via an enclosed entrance vestibule with a York stone floor finish and glazed door leading directly into the restaurant area. Immediately to the left is an extensive bar area, again with a York stone hard standing. Adjacent to the bar is a substantial open plan kitchen area with stainless steel finishes and an extensive range of commercial catering equipment with ventilation and extraction system, together with display cabinets and the like.
The primary restaurant area has covers for approximately 50 and provides exposed fair faced brickwork and painted walls. Adjacent to the open plan kitchen there is wash-up/prep area with part tiled walls and floors, in addition to a staff WC and wash hand basin. There is also a fire escape and a service corridor, primarily for staff access to the first floor.
The customer access to the first floor is by way of a wide stairwell directly onto a galleried landing providing an estimated further 40 covers, together with a small food reception area with its own stainless steel sink and work surface. Adjacent to this are the customer toilets with male & female WCs.
- Exceptionally well appointed and maintained restaurant offered with vacant possession
- Long established and substantial restaurant premises
- Scope for alternative uses - subject to the necessary consents
- Available due to retirement
- No VAT on purchase price