Retail Unit to Let in Torwood Street

£11,000 Leasehold
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Retail Unit to Let in Torwood Street

54 Torwood Street, Torquay, Devon, TQ1 1TD

A fantastic ground floor 1500 sq ft retail unit to let on Torwood Street. Amongst a parade of busy restaurants and retail outlets, this glass fronted unit is available with a new negotiable length lease and has also been granted the relevant planning permissions to be run as a restaurant....


LOCATION

Situated amongst a busy parade of shops and restaurants on Torwood Street, only minutes away from the Harbour and Main Town Centre.  The property enjoys a high pedestrian footfall and passing vehicular traffic.  Immediately outside the property is short-term pay and display with 1 hour free parking nearby.

 

ACCOMMODATION

 

Entrance through part-glazed door into:

 

MAIN RETAIL AREA

14.61m x 6.84m

Floor tiles, suspended ceiling and spotlighting throughout

 

Door to:

 

OFFICE

5.33m x 3.62m and 1.62m x 1.20m

 

STORE 1

3.10m x 1.94m

 

STORE 2

2.68m x 1.74m

 

KITCHEN

3.66 x 1.94m

With an array of base fitted units with worktop and inset stainless steel sink and drainer

 

CLOAKROOM

Low level WC, wash hand basin

 

FIXTURES & FITTINGS

These premises will be offered with vacant possession

 

SERVICES

Main electricity and water are connected.  However, no testing of these services have been undertaken by we the agents, Ware Commercial

 

BUSINESS RATES

Please make your own enquiries at your local authority on line at www.voa.co.uk

 

TENURE

LEASEHOLD (New Negotiable length lease)

Passing rental Stepped 1st year £11,000, 2nd year £11,500 and 3rd year £13,000

Ingoing tenant to pay landlords reasonably incurred lease set up fees

 

PLANNING PERMISSION

The current usage is A1.  However, the landlord is currently applying for A3 usage

 

VIEWINGS

All viewings are to be by appointment through Ware Commercial

Tel: 01803 328880

Email info@warecommercial.com

Website: www.warecommercial.com

 

 

 


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