Existing Lease Available. Baraca has been trading successfully for over ten years. There are four years remaining on the current lease. We have been advised by the current tenant that the lease can be extended. This well located Turkish Restaurant is offered in very good order throughout and is considered as a well-established quality restaurant. It is situated in the heart of charminsters busy high street and has good passing trade. A premium of offers around 55,000.00 would be payable. The premises has the benefit of an A5 licence, Full Alcohol and Live/Recorded Music licence up to 2.00 am. There is a public bar area and generous sized seating area. The restaurant has a good size fully kitted out kitchen and preparation area and a small concrete area outside for access to the bins. There are his and hers washrooms. The annual rent is 12,000 p.a. paid quarterly in advance. The rates are to be confirmed. This rental opportunity represents outstanding value for a well-established quality establishment and viewing's are essential. For further information please contact the commercial Lettings department on[use Contact Agent Button] or e-mail [use Contact Agent Button]
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