A NEW owner is sought for an “attractive” licensed café which occupies a prominent location in the west end of Aberdeen.
Situated on the corner of Union Grove and St Swithin Street, the outlet was recently refurbished and is described as having a “high quality fit-out which is ready for immediate occupation”.
The 700 sq ft venue comprises a sales area, seating for 30 covers, storage areas and toilet facilities; the premises also has permission for outside seating.
Alistair Nicol, of selling agent Shepherd Chartered Surveyors in Aberdeen, said: “These attractive premises offer potential for 100% rates relief. With a restricted Class 3 consent, a full off and on-sales licence is in place. Consequently, we anticipate keen interest in this opportunity.”
The leasehold premium to the business is on the market for £40,000, with a rental of £15,000 per annum.