Rush Witt & Wilson are pleased to offer the opportunity to acquire a commercial unit in a prime location on the Stand Quay.
Currently trading as a coffee shop / tea room with 30 internal covers and scope for more on the terrace outside.
The premises are well fitted for the trade and available as a going concern on a long lease without rent.
There is scope to enhance with increased hours ( currently 10-4 ). The premises have previously operated as a licensed restaurant and may be suitable for other purposes alongside the existing, subject to appropriate consents.
For further information and to arrange an inspection please call our Rye office on 01797 224000.
VIEWING IS STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT.
Located in a busy trading position on the Strand Quay, in the heart of Rye, a popular ancient town on the south coast.
Rye enjoys all year round trade containing many places of general and historic interest. A range of daily amenities are on offer within the bustling town centre and this includes a fine selection of specialist and retail stores, supermarket, sports centre with indoor swimming pool. The town hosts a weekly general market and on a Wednesday morning a farmers market on the Quay.
A railway station brings visitors to the town from the city of Brighton in the West and from London via Ashford.
11.05m x 6.40m max narrowing to 2.79m (36'3 x 21'
Arranged with table and chairs. Windows and two double doors opening out to the front terrace. Serving counter.
3.20m x 2.13m (10'6 x 7')
Fitted for the trade.
Lobby with wash basin and toilets. Modern low level WCs.
Trade fixtures and fittings are to be included and a full inventory would be prepared at an appropriate time
The property is held on a long lease without rent. Further details on request.
We are advised that there are no maintenance / service charges. The occupiers being responsible for their own facades.
None of the services or appliances mentioned in these sale particulars have been tested.
It should also be noted that measurements are given for guidance only and are approximate and should not be relied upon for any other purpose. quoted.