Freehold with full vacant possession last used as a cafe extending to c.136.2 sq m (1,492 sq ft) overall and with private yard. Scope for commercial / residential split (subject to planning). Established East Hull location fronting a busy road
The subject property is located on Holderness Road less than 1 mile east of Hull city centre. Holderness Road (A165) serves as one of the main access routes, receiving high volumes of traffic, to and from the east of Hull. Nearby operators reflect a range of commercial uses from standard retail to drinking establishments and takeaway.
The mid-terrace property is of traditional brick construction, built to a two-storey height with the main part of the property under a concrete interlocking tiled pitched roof. The property provides a ground floor commercial element and first-floor living space. The property has been extended at the rear by a single and two-storey projection under a concrete interlocking tiled pitched roof.
The ground floor commercial unit consist of a main sales area leading to a commercial kitchen and stores. The first floor is dilapidated and requires full refurbishment for residential occupation and currently presents a two-bedroom flat which is internally accessed off the ground floor but has prospects for separation if required.
Main Sales 55.6 sq m (598 sq ft)
Kitchen 20.1 sq m (217 sq ft)
2 Bed Flat 60.9 sq m (656 sq ft)
Total 136.7 sq m (1,471 sq ft)
The freehold is available For Sale with vacant possession at a guide price of £65,000.
The premises are listed within the Rating List as ‘Shop & Premises’ with a Rateable Value of £3,650 (Source VOA website) under Local Authority reference: 10210327005609 effective April 2017. Under current legislation an eligible occupier may benefit from small business rates relief subject to occupier status.