LICENSEES looking to make a move to the capital may be interested in the Redwood Bistro, which has come onto the books of Cornerstone Business Agents.
Situated on a major route into the city, Redwood Bistro is based in the Corstorphine area of Edinburgh and is said to benefit from its close proximity to nearby hotels and B&Bs.
Originally a private house, the property was converted by current owner and Californian restaurateur Annette Sprague.
Converted two and a half years ago, the Redwood Bistro comprises an open plan 50-cover restaurant on the ground floor, a fully equipped kitchen on the first floor, and a 20-cover decked area outside, alongside a small garden and customer car park.
The standard of the conversion from house to restaurant has to be seen to be appreciated.
Currently closed, the property is said to be in ‘walk-in’ condition and benefits from a premises licence; it is described as a versatile business that would suit a raft of different catering operations.
Cornerstone director Derek Burgoyne said the Redwood Bistro “really is a unique opportunity”.
“The standard of the conversion from house to restaurant has to be seen to be fully appreciated,” he said.
Cornerstone Business Agents is looking for £65,000 for the leasehold of the business.