The property comprises a red brick Victorian style property with impressive archway entrance from St. Mary’s Row. Internally the property comprises several seating areas, beamed vaulted ceiling and exposed brick walls.
The property benefits from fully fitted kitchen area, ladies, gentlemen’s and disabled toilets, walk-in cold room, staff room and dry store.
Access to owner’s accommodation is provided by a separate entrance door and provides opportunity for conversion in a residential dwelling.
Externally the property benefits from pavement license to St. Mary’s Row as well as freehold ownership of a right of access to the Northern elevation which provides pedestrian access to the Churchyard and proposed railway station.
The premises within Moseley Village occupying a prominent location on St. Mary’s Row close to its intersection with Alcester Road (A435).
Moseley is a densely populated residential suburb of Birmingham City Centre and offers a vibrant leisure destination with many local and national occupiers nearby including Costa Coffee, Subway, Damascena and Marks and Spencer.
The building is situated adjacent to the proposed railway station which will link Moseley to Birmingham via the Camp Hill line.
We are inviting offers in excess of £899,950 for the valuable freehold interest which is offered vacant possession.