2,142 sq.ft ( 199.00 m2 )
The premises occupy a prominent trading position at the eastern end of Brentwood High Street. Neighbouring major retailers include Next, Marks & Spencer, Monsoon/Accessorize, Bairstow Eves and Halifax as well as a range of restaurants and bars including Weatherspoons, Wildwood and Giggling Squid. Brentwood is an attractive and affluent commuter town lying approx. 2 miles from the M25 (J28) at its junction with the A12.
The property comprises a character building and former Pub. Formerly occupied by KFC, the property's retail area is situated over ground floor including staff facilities and kitchen area. There is a basement area and a rear outbuilding store situated within a small yard area which is exclusive to the property and serviced from the rear and provides for parking.
Also accessed via the rear yard are 2 self-contained 1 bedroom, first floor flats which are available with vacant possession and can be included within the lease. The accommodation is as follows:
|Ground Floor retail/restaurant area (GIA)||2,142 sq.ft ( 199.00 m2 )|
|Basement||675 sq.ft ( 62.71 m2 )|
|Outbuilding/Store||340 sq.ft ( 31.59 m2 )|
|2 x 1 bed self-contained flats|
The property is to be offered on new lease terms to be agreed. The first floor flats can be included within the lease if required.
£65,000 per annum exclusive of rates, utilities, building insurance and VAT. If the 2 flats are included the rent will be £80,000 pax.
|Prospective tenants are advised to check with Brentwood Borough Council regarding their business rates liabilities|
Each party to bear their own legal costs
Value added tax is applicable to the rent
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