01785 244400

The Bank House, Salter Street, Stafford

Type:
Restaurant/Hot Food
Status
For Sale / To Let
Price:
£275,000
Rent:
£25,000 per annum
Size:
910 sq.ft. (84.54 sq.m.)
  • Town centre location
  • Close to major new car park now open
  • Offered fully fitted
  • Currently used as a cafe bar/restaurant
  • Approximately 60 covers
  • Close to Gatehouse Theatre
  • Attractive secondary location
 

The property is situated in Stafford town centre directly opposite The Vine Hotel and on the south side of Salter Street between its junctions with Bank Passage, Maltmill Lane and Market Street.

Salter Street, which is just off the town's main retailing thoroughfare, is an attractive shopping destination with a wide variety of specialist retailers represented in the immediate vicinity. The nearby Kingsmead car park providing approximately 460 spaces is due to re-open later in the year.

The premises comprise the ground floor of an attractive two-storey brick and tile building with self-contained residential apartments on the upper floor. Built in 1862 to accommodate the Staffordshire Savings Bank, sold to Thomas Salt in 1866, then a school and thereafter a doctor's surgery, the property was refurbished and converted in 1998, winning a Conservation Award in 2000, and now provides a coffee bar/restaurant with approximately sixty covers.

The premises are offered as a fully fitted fully licensed entity with the present fixtures and fittings to be purchased separately, and the availability of the property offers an ideal opportunity for a new operator to acquire a well-established enterprise without any substantial capital input required.


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