The Steam Inn, Davies Brae, Mallaig, Highland, PH41 4PU

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The premises provide excellent facilities with a comfortable lounge bar and restaurant, connected by stairs and both with direct access from street level.

There are well appointed bars in both areas, with the lounge having the benefit of a wood burning fire. Gents and ladies WC facilities are also provided.

Kitchen facilities are situated to the rear of the ground floor in a single storey extension.

Access to the 20 seater beer garden is from the bar corridor or via the side of the property.

Mains electricity and water are provided, heating by calor gas.

A relatively new single storey block to the rear of the beer garden provides 4 self contained staff rooms.

The premises currently have the benefit of a premises licence, details available on request.

Immediate entry is available subject to negotiation.

The Green Dragon, 28-31 Waterside North, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 5DQ

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A landmark Grade II Listed free of tie public house occupying a prominent location within Lincoln City Centre, on the corner of Waterside North and Broadgate, now available Freehold.

The property is laid out over three floors, providing bars at lower ground floor and ground floor level and a separate function area on the first floor.

In addition, there is a three bedroom manager’s flat found at first floor level.

Externally, there is a large car park and external trading and smoking areas.

38A-40A, Wide Bargate, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 6RX

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The property comprises a large retail unit laid out over two floors, occupying a prominent location within Boston Town Centre, at the northern end of Wide Bargate, close to large surfaced car parks opposite and John Adams Way, which forms the town internal ring road.

The property abuts the public highway to its front elevation, with a return frontage to Tawney Street, along its western elevation, with vehicular access also off Tawney Street, into a service yard at the rear of the building, which in turn leads to the servicing area found in the rear of the unit.

The property has glazed frontages to the Wide Bargate and Tawney Street elevations and it has until this month been occupied for many years by Iceland and is therefore fitted out for food sales.

Former Glass House Public House, 45 Mill Lane, Old Swan, Liverpool, Merseyside, L13 5TF

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The subject property comprising the former Glasshouse Public House which we understand was constructed circa 1926 of traditional brick construction with double gabled bay on the front elevation and finished with stone at ground floor level and mock timber framing at upper floor level, under a multi pitched slate roof.

The basement offers two rooms and potential for further refurbishment.

Internally, the property comprises the existing public house fit out which has been vacant for approximately a 2 year period offering bar and lounge, ancillary areas and male and female toilets.

The upper floors have been stripped out ready for refurbishment having previously been used for office and living accommodation.

Planning permission was granted (App: 21F/2527) on 24 October 2022 to alter and convert the property to form 2 ground floor units under Class E (A) / E (B) drinking establishment and for 3 residential units on the first floor.

Subsequently a further Planning Permission (App: 23F/0908) was approved on 27 March 2024 to erect 4 dormer windows to allow conversion of the second floor roof space into 2 no. 1 bed apartments. This is subject to a signed Section 106 Agreement whereby an amount of £1,600 shall be paid towards the planting of street trees – this sum has been paid by the current owner.

226 Stanningley Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS13 3BA

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The property comprises a detached 2 storey plus basement stone built premises under a pitched tiled roof being a former dental practice.
Internally the premises comprises of a mix of open plan and private rooms benefitting from plastered and painted walls, double glazed windows, staff and WC facilities, and gas central heating. Works have been carried out to provide a white shell condition ready for an ingoing occupiers fit out.
Overall the approximate GIA is 2,035sq.ft.
Externally the property benefits from landscaped grounds and demised parking accessed via a surfaced drive way.

226 Stanningley Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS13 3BA

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The property comprises a detached 2 storey plus basement stone built premises under a pitched tiled roof being a former dental practice.
Internally the premises comprises of a mix of open plan and private rooms benefitting from plastered and painted walls, double glazed windows, staff and WC facilities, and gas central heating. Works have been carried out to provide a white shell condition ready for an ingoing occupiers fit out.
Overall the approximate GIA is 2,035sq.ft.
Externally the property benefits from landscaped grounds and demised parking accessed via a surfaced drive way.

129-133 Manningham Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD8 7JA

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The property comprises of a two storey stone built retail/ trade counter unit under a part pitched part flat roof.
Internally the premises comprise a range of interconnecting buildings providing basement stores, ground floor sales and storage areas, mezzanine stores and an office on first floor with WC and staff facilities.
Externally, the property benefits from a demised yard/ parking at the rear as well as on street parking.

The New Empire Building, Ship Hill, High Street, Rotherham, S60 2HG

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The New Empire is an Edwardian building which was originally constructed as a theatre in 1913. In 1921 the theatres’ auditorium was altered for cinema use and it continued operating as a cinema until 1990. the building later became a nightclub and snooker club. The proposal is to create a music venue/bar/food court/co-working development with units of varying sizes.

Landmark Building, Dalkeith Place, Kettering, Northants, NN16 0BS

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The property comprises of a red brick, mainly two storey building with a separate cellar bar, and also a small office area at second floor level within the eaves of the roof.

The ground floor is currently laid out as a bar/nightclub as is the upper floor – each having separate accesses.

The property has separate street level access points fronting Horsemarket, Dalkeith Place and a new entrance to the gable end of the property. Access to the cellar bar is available from the interior of the premises and from a separate external access adjacent to the walkway on Dalkeith Place.

Wellington House, 46 Wellington Road, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, WF13 1HX

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The property comprises a prominently located retail showroom with ancillary workshop/storage accommodation served by roller shutter access from George Street. Suitable for a variety of uses subject to planning. It is understood that the property benefits from the current Use Class ‘E’ classification.