A restaurant building and thriving business being sold with all furniture, fixtures and fittings, in a large historic spa town and in a prime location. The restaurant itself includes seating area, bar, professional kitchen, wash room plus an outside terrace, seating 54 in total. The complete property is in very good condition and it is an opportunity to acquire an up and running business.
This restaurant building is situated in the centre of a popular tourist destination with historic buildings and a large spa complex. With a large lake and park surroundings, a variety of individual shops, bars and restaurants, there is an opportunity to increase the business potential of the restaurant. The town itself has a velo rail, two golf courses and it also provides a yearly car boot sale and antiques fair throughout the main streets, which is very popular with the locals.
The building itself is located on the main thoroughfare to the town and is on the ground floor of an historic building. It has an external covered terrace seating area along two sides of the property, which has tables for 16 covers. Inside there is a further seating area for 38 covers plus a bar and serving section. The kitchen and wash room provides professional equipment plus various storage fridges and other restaurant appliances. Also a small wine store.
The property has electric heating and Upvc double glazing throughout.
Just through the kitchen is a large walk-in cupboard which is used as a store room for stock and wine. This room contains tiled flooring, an ice freezer and also other storage.
The restaurant includes an exterior terrace seating area, which has 16-20 places and which is part screened with glass panels and partly overlooks the lake, with lovely views.
Energy efficiency: F │ 180,200€ agency fees included │ 170,000€ without fees │ Agency fees: 6% including Vat, payable by the purchaser.
Price € 180,200
Agency fees to be paid by buyer included: 6.00% inc vat
Price / sq metre: €/m² 2,310.26
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Agency: Agence Thom