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FANTASTIC FREEHOLD COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY. Coventry University are building a new campus in the town with THOUSANDS of new students anticipated over the coming years. Great opportunity to own your own town centre bar. The bar is predominantly located at lower ground level however does incorporate a seating area at ground floor and upper ground floor levels which also includes a secondary bar. The residential accommodation is arranged over first, second and attic floor levels and provided four bedroom accommodation which can be accessed via the bar or separately from Alma Parade. The bar is FREE OF TIE and is a fantastic opportunity to run your own business. All enquiries to CPH Commercial
Scarborough is an established commercial, tourist and retail centre, lying approximately 40 miles east of York with a population of in the region of 81,000 people and a district population of around 110,000 persons (Sources: ONS and Focus). The town is adjacent to the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and is one of the principal resorts on the north east coast, attracting an estimated 7 million visitors a year. More precisely, the property is located on the eastern end of Albemarle Crescent close to its intersection with Westborough which is the main retailing street within the town. The property is located on a well-recognised drinking route with JD Wetherspoons being located around the corner.
The property comprises a split level bar over ground and basement floors whilst the first, second and attic floors provide four bedroomed residential accommodation. The frontage is attractive with the ground floor bar entrance benefitting from a full timber surround with an offset timber entrance door and timber framed display windows whilst at first floor level lies a bay window. The bar has been refurbished in the past and very tastefully fitted out with the floors being of a stripped timber design and the walls and ceiling benefitting from being plastered and papered. Upholstered perimeter seating was noted and the timber bar benefits from a marble top. The bar has a capacity for circa 150 and both gentlemens and ladies toilet facilities are located to the rear of the basement. A further bar area is located at upper ground floor level whilst to the rear of this lies the cellar. The residential accommodation can be accessed either internally from the bar area or separately from the rear of the building. The residential accommodation is split over three levels with the first floor benefitting from a toilet facility, a well fitted out kitchen and a large living room with bay window. Stairs lead up to the second floor accommodation which provides two large bedrooms together with a bathroom whilst the attic provided two further bedrooms.
Lower Ground Floor (Bar): 91.02 sq m (980 sq ft) Upper Ground Floor (Bar): 36.99 sq m (398 sq ft) Upper Ground Floor (Cellar): 7.41 sq m (80 sq ft) Total: 135.42 sq m (1,458 sq ft) First Floor: Kitchen: 3.68m x 3.94m (14.65 sq m) Living Room: 4.95m x 4.57m (22.62 sq m) Separate WC: Second Floor: Bedroom 1: 4.58m x 4.69m (21.48 sq m) Bedroom 2: 3.68m x 3.97m (14.61 sq m) Bathroom: Three piece suite Attic: Bedroom 3: 3.87m x 3.23m (12.50 sq m) Bedroom 4: 3.78m x 3.27m (12.36 sq m)
The commercial element has been assessed for business rates as follows: RV - £14,250 The residential element has been assessed for council tax as follows: BAND B Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries with regard to business rates payable and council tax.
A4 (Drinking Establishment)
We understand that the Energy Rating for the property is Band (D). The full EPC is available to view at our offices for interested parties.
All figures quoted are exclusive of VAT however, our client reserves the right to charge VAT if applicable.
By appointment only via the Sole Agents: CPH Property Services 19 St. Thomas Street Scarborough YO11 1DY Contact: Joe Walker MRICS Tel: 01723 352235 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org