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Culver Street Newent Gloucestershire

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Retail Property (High Street)

Overview

Retail Property (High Street) for rent in Culver Street Newent Gloucestershire

Key Features:

  • RESTAURANT/SEATING AREA 273 Sq Ft
  • PREARATION ROOM
  • GALLERY STYLE KITCHEN & UTILITY
  • ALL FURNITURE AVAILABLE BY SEPERATE NEGOTIATION
  • 2 X WC's

Ground Floor Tea Room To Let
Seating area approximately 273 sq ft (25 Covers)
�695.00 pcm

Tea Room/Resturant/Retail unit
Available from 1st August

Available - 1st August 2024 on an IR Lease
Rent �695.00 PCM

Location - The property is located in a PRIME TRADING LOCATION in the HISTORIC MARKET TOWN OF NEWENT amongst other shops and businesses surrounded by a DENSELY POPULATED AND DEVELOPING RESIDENTIAL AREA.
The City of Gloucester is approximately 10 miles South, Ross-on-Wye about 7 miles to the west and the M50 motorway is about 4 miles away with easy access to the M5.

Accommodation - The Property is a ground floor Grade II Listed Building dating back to the mid 17th century, with exposed beams and many character features, and is currently being used as a Tea Shop, know as The Buttery Tea Rooms. There are two seating areas to the front of the premises which can accommodate approximately 25 covers. There is a gallery style kitchen area, leading to a washing up room, through to a prep room and utility room with two WC's.

The furniture, cooker, stainless steel units are available by seperate negotiation if required.

The Seating area is in two halves. The Reception area is approximately 13'6" x 8' with an archway to a second seating area 16'6" (reducing to 11'6") x 14'6" giving approximatley a seating area of around 273 sq ft.

Lease - Three year lease with a one year break clause is prefered but is open to negotiation.
The lease will be on an IR lease (Internal and Repairing)

Planning/Rateable Value - The premises are currently being used as a cafe/restaurant. There has been an alcohol licence in the past. Depending on use- Interested parties should make their own enquiries with the Local Authority. Any interested parties are advised to enquire with the Forest of Dean District Council Planning Department to check the use required for their individual purpose.
There are no business rates currently payable, but interested parties need to make their own enquiries.

Viewings - Strictly through the Landlords Agent - Steve Gooch, Office Opening Hours - Monday to Friday 9.00am - 6.00pm and Saturday, 9.00am - 12.30pm.

Awaiting Vendor Approval - These details are yet to be approved by the vendor. Please contact the office for verified details.

. COMMERCIAL RETAIL/RESTAURANT/TEA SHOP TO LET
. Ground Floor-Approx. 840 sq ft (76 sq meters)
. Prime Town Centre Location
. Grade II Listed Building
. Kitchen & Prep area

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4 High Street
Newent
Gloucestershire
GL18 1AN

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01531 822829
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