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Davis Coffer Lyons

Refectory, 92 High Street, Hampton Hill, Hampton, TW12 1NY


Description

A predominantly two-storey part-attached mid-terrace property of brick construction with rendered ground floor elevations under a pitched dormer roof with single-storey flat roof extension to the rear. The ground floor trading area is rectangular in shape and comprises bar severy and display kitchen to the rear. The interior is contemporary in style and is bright and spacious. Total 543 sq m 5,850 sq ft

Location

Hampton Hill is an affluent suburb situated approximately 2 miles from the towns of Twickenham and Teddington in Middlesex and 13 miles from Central London. The property is situated on the A311 High Street close to the junction of the A313. The business is adjacent to Hampton Hill Playhouse and close to local retail parades and traditional pubs and restaurants. The surrounding back streets are affluent residential areas.

Licensing

The premises licence permits the following hours for the sale of alcohol: Monday to Saturday: 11.00 - 23.00 Sunday: 12.00 - 22.30

Tenure

The freeholder will consider either a new free of tie lease at a rent of £80,000 pa or sale of the freehold interest of the entire property.

Planning

We understand the premises benefits from Class A4 Use.

Legal Costs

Each party are to bear their own legal costs incurred inthis transaction

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Contact Details

Connie Start on 020 7299 0695
Email: cstart@daviscofferlyons.co.uk


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