The property is located on Milk Street, which sits at a right angle to the top of Wyle Cop and the High Street. The area is picturesque, comprising a mix of Tudor, Elizabethan and Georgian architecture, either side of partly cobbled streets. Surrounding occupiers include independent boutiques, Bang and Olufsen, Rackhams Department Store, The Old Post Office public house and The Convent School.
Shrewsbury is the County Town of Shropshire with a borough population in excess of 90,000 people and an estimated retail catchment in excess of 250,000 people within 30 minutes drive time. Shrewsbury Tourism Economic Impact Assessment estimates that in excess of 2.5 million people visit the town annually with an estimated tourism spend of £130,000,000.
The property provides a first floor restaurant / cafe premises wth second floor office and ground floor entrance foyer.
The main restaurant space is open planand incorporates a bar area and seating for 60 covers. The accommodation has been decorated to a high standard incorporating wood effect vinyl flooring, attractive panelling to the walls and electric powered infa-red heating panels to the ceiling.
There are male and female WC facilities (including diabled)to the rear of the main restaaurant area, and a separate kitchen. There is also a lift which links the rear of the ground floor of the premises to the first floor restaurant.
The stone mullioned windows which look down the length of the High Street are a particular feature of the accommodation and ensure there is plenty of light.(All measurements are approximate only)
Restaurant area 1,078.1 sq ft (100.2 sq m)
Drink store 38.6 sq ft (3.6 sq m)
Kitchen 239.6 sq ft (22.3 sq m)
Kitchen store 63.7 sq ft (5.9 sq m)
Offices 290.1 sq ft (27 sq m)The property is available to let on a Tenants Full Repairing and Insuring basis, for a term of years by negotiation.We have made verbal enquiries to the local authority and have been advised as follows: -
Business Rates (2015/16): £16,000
Rateable Value (2015/16): £7,888
However interested parties should make their own enquiries to the local authority.