DESCRIPTION:

The property comprises a newly refurbished coffee lounge and ice cream parlour which is fully equipped including a new Italian coffee machine. There is a sales area c. 68.00sq.m (732sq.ft) and has 48 covers. The café is equipped with an ice cream freezer and ice cream machine, racking, shelving, glass cake display cabinet, electric till, coffee machine, coffee grinder, hot cabinet, toaster, two microwaves, two sinks, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, drinks cabinet, panini maker and toasted sandwich maker.

At the front of the café there is a roller shutter door and a seating area with an additional 8 covers. At the rear of the café there are customer and staff cloakrooms and an additional storage area c. 23.34sq.m (251sq.ft). There is a Potterton wall mounted gas fired boiler, freezer, single drainer stainless steel sink unit, stainless steel sink and chest freezer.

Outside there is access to cellarage which is divided into three rooms and has a gross internal floor area including the entrance area of c.60.51sq.m (651sq.ft). At the rear of the property there is vehicular access to a car parking area which is gravelled and enclosed with brick wall and a double timber gate.

LOCATION:

The property is situated in the upper section of Northdown Road which is approximately 1km from Margate (Old Town) and the Turner Contemporary Art Gallery.

Other uses in the vicinity include Estate Agents, Takeaways, Cafes, Dental Practice, Public House and Bookmakers. The property is situated between Goodwin Road and Harold Road approximately 600m from the Seafront in Cliftonville overlooking Walpole Bay and approximately 1.5km from Margate Town Centre. The nearest mainline rail station is at Margate c.2.5km with services to London St Pancras.

There are good communications to London via the A299 Thanet Way and the M2 motorway.

Northdown has on street parking (payable). At the rear of this property there is a car park.

Room Sizes

Margate Area Guide

Margate – Shoreditch-on-sea Investment into Margate over the last five years has seen the town undergo a complete revival and it is continually on the up. Many have begun referring to it as Shoreditch on sea for its hip independent stores. Margate has a thriving culture with new cafés, restaurants and a good mix of independent and chain shops continuing to