SUPERB BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY IN PROMINENT LOCATION!

The property comprises part of a well-established Public House in an excellent location which is conveniently situated for town centre and the seafront at Viking Bay. This traditional pub has a sales area c 113.06 sqm (1217 sqft) including a seating area at the area. The property has a beamed ceiling and attractive timber panelling and flintwork to sections of the walls. There are air conditioning units. The bar has hot water dispenser and drinks fridges. Under the front section of the bar there is cellarage.

At the rear there is a further room c 17.77 sqm (191 sqft) which offers scope for separate kitchen for food preparation. There is access to a rear courtyard with a store and an outside seating area. There is also access from the rear section of the bar to a 2 bedroom flat and a studio flat on the upper floors.

Business

Our clients have confirmed that the pub has been run by the same family for the last 30 years and there is a good turnover. Further details of the turnover would be available to applicants upon inspection. Our clients have indicated that the business offers potential for the sale of cocktails and food preparation if the rear room were to be converted to a kitchen.

Fixtures and Fittings

A list of the fixtures and fittings included in the sale would be available upon request

Premium

A premium of £30,000 is sought for the benefit of the leasehold interest and standard fixtures and fittings. Please note that a small number of specialist items can be removed, or further negotiated with the landlord to be included with a lease.

Lease

A new lease would be available at £42,000 per annum (payable monthly)

Legal costs

As with all commercial leases, the ingoing tenant is responsible for reasonable reimbursement of landlord legal fees to devise a new lease

Viewing

By appointment

Room Sizes
Frontage 7.39m (24'3)
Internal width 7.40 to 8.67m( max) (24'3" to 28'5"( max))
Maximum depth 14.61 (47'11")

Broadstairs Area Guide

Broadstairs – The Jewel in the Crown The town is known as the ‘Jewel in Thanet’s Crown’ and was formally called Bradstow(e) – meaning broad place. There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub. The town has a thrivi