The premises are situated on the city’s inner ring road opposite Anglian Ruskin University, about half a mile east of the historic centre and close to The Grafton Shopping Centre. East Road has a mixture of shops, restaurants, offices and residential accommodation. It is also the home of the recently constructed Crown Court and County Court.
The premises comprise a brick built structure under a slate roof that was converted into restaurant use by the current tenants who continue to occupy the building. It is an attractive and unusual building which gives it interesting prominence within the East Road street scene.
A ground floor side entrance door gives access to the ground floor lobby with staircase leading to the first floor. The accommodation has the benefit of one car parking space to the side of the building.
We understand all main services are connected to the property.
Energy Performance Asset Rating 'E'.
The building is available Freehold.
PRICE : Offers in excess of £600,000 are sought for the Freehold with vacant possession.
The premises have a rateable value of x per annum which equates to rates payable of £775 pcm.
Each party to bear its own costs.
Two on-site car parking spaces.
The premises have been used as a restaurant since (x) . Interested parties should satisfy themselves as to the suitability of the current planning consent by contacting the area Planning Officer at Cambridge City Planning.
Possession - Immediate upon completion of legal formalities.
Access can be arranged by appointment with Nick Harris on tel: 01223 819315 or firstname.lastname@example.org.