The building fronts directly onto the seafront road close to the derelict West Pier and the British Airways i360. This popular and busy location is close to the major hotels The Grand and The Metropole and The Brighton Centre, which hosts major conferences and concerts.
A 19th century 6-storey bay fronted terraced building the upper parts with later balconies, some enclosed. The property is divided into 5 flats and a lower ground floor commercial unit with use class A3.
The freehold will comprise the vacant licensed lower ground floor restaurant, outside seating area at the front, rear garage, patio and self contained first floor office. Although the flats are sold off on long leases three of them only have 55 years remaining.
Restaurant: 37'43 x 16'5 (11.41m x 5.0m)
Bar area: 8'10 x 6'8 (2.69m x 2.04m)
Kitchen: 14'6 x 8'0 (4.43m x 2.43m)
Preparation area: 14'7 x 7'8 (4.45m x 2.33m)
Cold store area: 8'7 x 7'11 (2.62m x 2.42m)
Stairs to patio area
Garage: 18'8 x 10'8 (5.7m x 3.25m)
Stairs to first floor office
Office with shower cubicle 14'8 x 7'7 (4.48m x 2.31m)
WC: 5'0 x 3'11 (1.53m x 1.18m)
The garage adjoins 21 Queensbury Mews which is a 2-storey detached house built in 2005 on a similar size plot. It is possible that the garage could be demolished and a similar property built (STNC).