Ground floor restaurant unit/s forming part of a four story mixed use building. Can either be let as separate units or as one.
Unit 1 has a ground floor sales area of 2,307 sq ft with further space allocated to staff toilets, a plant room (on the first floor) and 683sq ft of storage rooms. The unit was formerly used as a ‘Loch Fyne’ restaurant and is currently fitted out to a high standard for this purpose providing a large modern open plan dining area. The front of the property benefits from an attractive glazed dual frontage looking out onto both Market Street and Swan Hill. The unit benefits from air conditioning, extraction and a wide range of kitchen equipment.
Unit 2 has a ground floor sales area of 1,991 sq ft with floor to ceiling glazed windows, there is also a kitchenette, accessible WC and a 1,286sq ft basement with two access stairs. The basement was previously used as a series of beauty treatment rooms. The unit has consent to be turned into a restaurant (if applicable) and planning has been consented for extraction to be attached to the rear elevation. The unit also benefits from air conditioning.
Occupying a prominent position within Shrewsbury’s historic town centre. The building is adjacent to Shrewsbury’s Museum and Art Gallery and Shrewsbury’s historic town square, which plays host to a range of national & independent food & beverage operators including Cote Brasserie, Giggling Squid, Ask Pizza, La Piazzetta, Ginger & Co, Daily Brews, The Cats Pyjamas and Starbucks, alongside various high quality retailers including Jigsaw, Fat Face, Barbour, Waterstones, Goldsmiths and Pockets.
Shrewsbury is the county town and administrative centre of Shropshire, there is a borough population of 80,000 (at the 2022 census) with strong connections to England and mid-Wales. Strategically located at the intersection of the main A49 and A5 trunk road.
Shrewsbury (0.4 miles)
Yorton (7.1 miles)