A1 / A3 cafe for sale in Greys Inn Road, Holborn, close to Chancery Lane.
Firstly, this well presented A1 / A3 Restaurant and Cafe business is located on the corner of Greys Inn Road, connecting Kings Cross and Chancery Lane.
The premises benefits from high visibility, being located on the busy Greys Inn Road and close to major offices.
The shop is currently running as a deli and coffee shop and the A1 licence.
Allows for a change of use, to start a restaurant, burger shop and much more.
The great position and the advantage of a well-presented unit within a rapidly developing area will crown with success many business ventures.
The unit is accommodated over ground floor and basement.
With contemporary fittings, the ground floor is has a large open seating space, ideal for parties or large gathering
Also accessible through Northington street.
The restaurant hosts 65 covers including 8 seats on outside space.
Through the internal ground floor, it provides access to the basement and a large kitchen with fitted cold room.
We are advised all trade fixtures and fittings at present in the property are included in the sale.
Monday – Friday: 7am – 8pm
Saturday – Sunday 9am – 4pm
The licence allows staying open 24 hours.
Business Rates: £12,000
Lease: The lease has 12.5 years remaining, within the Act.
The unit currently holds an A1 licence and the landlord approved to change it to A3.
Once associated with the legal profession and packed full of wigged judges and ferocious barristers, it’s been a key commercial area connecting the West End with the City for years.
Now plans are underway to add major residential clout to the area too.
While many may see Holborn purely as an extension of Oxford Street and a relatively transient zone, it’s got a distinct personality separate from both western and eastern neighbors, while also enjoying the overspill from both sides.
Rivaled only by South Kensington when it comes to proximity to excellent London museums, its on the doorstep of the world-famous British Museum, which houses artifacts including Roman pottery and the Rosetta Stone.
What’s more, it’s also in prime position for some of the city’s best small museums.
including the art-filled Sir John Soane’s Museum, the medically fascinating Hungarian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons, and the intimidating Museum of Freemasonry for anyone interested in this mysterious group.
Furthermore, as for theatre and performances, the West End and Covent Garden.
Good restaurants are cropping up regularly.
There’s something very Victorian about the area too, a relic from the time when residents included Charles Dickens, William Morris and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.