40C Bath Road, Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton, WV1 4EP
Detached Freehold purpose built Restaurant/Bistro in Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton
AN ATTRACTIVE DETACHED FREEHOLD, PURPOSE BUILT RESTAURANT/BISTRO HAVING APPROXIMATELY 60 COVERS LOCATED CLOSE TO WOLVERHAMPTON CITY CENTRE
Property DescriptionThe property comprises a detached two storey purpose built restaurant/bistro and is offered complete with all fixtures and fittings. The property is configured to provide on the ground floor a restaurant area of approximately 20 covers, with bar, fully equipped commercial kitchen and disabled WC. On the first floor is a main restaurant area with approximately 40 covers, bar and male and female WC's.
LocationThe property is prominently located to the northern side of Bath Road just off the main A41 Tettenhall Road/Chapel Ash junction and a short distance west of Wolverhampton city centre.
The area comprises a well established mix of commercial uses including Bank's Brewery, local restaurants, the Combemere Arms public house and Stratstone Harley Davidson dealership, together with older residential development.
The property is considered to benefit from an excellent catchment area for potential trade for a continuation of its former use as a restaurant/bistro.
Energy Performance RatingD
TenureFreehold – Vacant possession upon completion.
Value Added TaxWe understand that VAT is chargeable on this transaction.
ViewingsStrictly by appointment with the Auctioneers.
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