23 Promenade, Cheltenham
The subject premises form part of a Grade II listed Regency period building with a timber framed and glazed shop front with central entrance door.
The premises comprise the ground floor and basement of 23 Promenade with a first-floor mezzanine store. The ground floor is largely open plan currently fitted with a centralised bar and rear visible kitchen.
The restaurant area features booth seating, wood flooring and air conditioning.
The basement provides customer WCs as well as staff welfare facilities.
EPC: The property has an energy rating D (80). A copy of the Energy Performance Certificate can be made available upon request.
The building occupies a prominent position on Promenade, directly opposite Cavendish House.
Nearby occupiers include Space NK, Huffkins, Waterstones, NatWest, Oliver Bonas and House of Fraser.
The approximate net internal floor areas are as follows:
Ground Floor Restaurant: 175.03 sq m (1,884 sq ft)
Mezzanine Ancillary: 15.24 sq m (164 sq ft)
Basement Ancillary: 88.07 sq m (948 sq ft)
Total: 278.34 sq m (2,996 sq ft)
£77,500 per annum exclusive.
Available on a new effectively full repairing and insuring lease for a term of years to be agreed incorporating regular upward only rent reviews.
Rateable Value: £65,000.
The above information was obtained from the Valuation Office website.
Interested parties should make their own enquiries of the billing authority (Cheltenham Borough Council) to verify the current rates payable.
The property has most recently been used as a restaurant falling within a 'Class E' use class. Class E includes a range of uses including retail, restaurant, office, financial & professional services, medical & health and some leisure.
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