Superb opportunity to buy bar and restaurant in one of Birmingham’s favourite suburbs
A Victorian-styled building that contains a bar and restaurant in the middle of one of Birmingham’s most desired suburbs is up for sale.
Commercial property agents Siddall Jones is inviting offers in excess of £899,950 for the Coach House, at 23a St. Mary’s Row, in Moseley, located next to the suburb’s proposed new train station.
The freehold property is free of tie and has more than 3,600 sq ft of trading area. It benefits from a 10am to 1am premises licence plus a pavement licence.
The attractive bar and 80-cover restaurant has a fully equipped kitchen and owners’ accommodation, which could be converted to a residential flat, subject to planning consent.
Ryan Lynch, associate director of Siddall Jones, said: “This is a superb opportunity to buy a bar and restaurant in one of Birmingham’s favourite suburbs.
“Moseley is both a highly desired residential suburb and a vibrant leisure destination with many local and national occupiers nearby including Costa Coffee, Subway, Damascena and Marks and Spencer.
“This stunning building occupies a prominent location on St. Mary’s Row, next door to the Bull’s Head pub and close the A435 Alcester Road junction.
“The building is also situated adjacent to the proposed railway station, which will link Moseley to Birmingham via the Camp Hill line.
“This Victorian-styled, red brick property has an impressive archway entrance from St. Mary’s Row, with several seating areas inside that enjoy a beamed, vaulted ceiling and exposed brick walls.
“The property benefits from a fully fitted kitchen area, ladies, gentlemen’s and disabled toilets, walk-in cold room, staff room and dry store.”
Mr Lynch added: “Access to the owner’s accommodation is through a separate entrance door, and this could provide an opportunity for conversion into a residential dwelling.”
Anyone interested in viewing the property can contact Mr Lynch at Siddall Jones on 0121 638 0500 or by firstname.lastname@example.org.
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