29 Barton Street, Tewkesbury
By Matt Hall
The subject property comprises a Grade II listed timber framed building believed to date back to the late 15th century.
Having been used as a restaurant / wine bar in the past, there is an established restaurant use and the available accommodation comprises a ground, first and second floor.
The ground floor is currently configured to provide a bar area and 32 covers. There is a change in level where the fireplace is found. Male and female WC facilities are located at the rear of the ground floor level.
The kitchen is situated on first floor level, although there is a dumbwaiter to the ground floor. The kitchen / preparation area is approximately 256 sq ft with a range of stainless-steel work surfaces, gas fired hob, double sink and an extraction system. Two further rooms at first floor level provide ancillary / storage space, and there is also a bathroom.
The attic provides an additional floor and has historically been used as staff living accommodation and further storage.
EPC: The building is listed and is therefore exempt.
The historic town of Tewkesbury is located approximately 2 miles west of junction 9 of the M5 motorway. The town provides good access to the Midlands and south west via the M5, and London via the A417/9 dual carriageway on the M4 motorway. There is also a mainline rail link from Ashchurch Parkway situated within ½ mile of Junction 9 on the east side of the motorway.
The subject premises are situated on Barton Street, a short distance from the High Street and Church Street. Other nearby occupiers include Tewkesbury Museum, Tiz Hairdressing, Bluebell Wood Florist, O'Brien Wrench & Lowcock Opticians and the George Watson Memorial Hall.
Available on a new (effectively) full repairing and insuring lease for a term of years to be agreed incorporating regular upward only rent reviews.
£15,000 per annum.
The property has a long established restaurant use having been run as a Bangledeshi restaurant for 15 years. Tewkesbury Borough Council's planning website refers to a consented use of wine bar with living accommodation above.
The property could be suitable for alternative uses subject to planning and landlord consent.
Rateable Value: £3,500
The above information was obtained from the Valuation Office website. Interested parties should make their own enquiries of the billing authority (Tewkesbury) to verify the current rates payable.
VAT may be payable on the rent or any other charges or payments detailed. All figures quoted are exclusive of VAT and intending lessees must satisfy themselves as to the VAT position by taking appropriate professional advice.
Each party to bear its own legal costs incurred in the transaction.
kbw Chartered Surveyors
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