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Bradley Gardens Wylam, NE41 8JH

Guide Price £895,000

Property Description

Commercial information

  • Business for sale

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Tenure: Freehold

Bradley Gardens is situated to the south of Wylam Village surrounded by open countryside and with the benefit of tourist signs from the A695 Ryton bypass which offers convenient access to Gateshead and the city of Newcastle which lies approximately 13 miles distant. There is also good links via the A695 to surrounding conurbations of Tyneside including Newcastle Airport.

The property comprises a most attractive detached stone build three bedroom house which we understand was formerly the head gardeners cottage which formed part of the nearby Bradley Hall Estate and the property has a well stocked private garden with gravelled terrace and lawns. We understand there are tree preservation orders on a number of mature trees around the property.

The business accommodation comprises tea rooms with servery, dish washer area, catering kitchen and extensive conservatory rooms sympathetically replaced in the early 1900s by Richardsons of Darlington (who were later Amdega) overlooking the beautiful garden areas. Conservatories benefit from underfloor heating and multi fuel stove, some areas have stone flagged floor. Adjacent to the conservatory is a former farm shop which offers tremendous potential for a variety of uses subject to any necessary consents.

The grounds extend to approximately 2.25 acres in total with ornamental beds, an arbour and sales areas displaying a range of plants and ornamental garden statues and pots etc. At the entrance to the site is a large visitors car park.

The house and gardens feature on the 1857 ordnance survey map and form part of Bradley Park which is on the English Heritage register of parts and gardens. Archive records relating to Bradley Hall reveal a productive walled garden and vinery in existence by 1850. In its hey day in the early 1900s the staff of 7 gardeners would have supplied a constant stream of produce to the main house. The original glass houses were replaced with the attractive conservatories now utilised for the tea room business. Described by Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council has a hidden treasure the conservatory and walled gardens have recently been added to its list of buildings with special local architectural and historical interest.


The House

Entrance Porch

Lounge 4.65m x 4.8m
Double glazed windows overlooking gardens and countryside, multi fuel burning stove on quarry tiled hearth.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4.98m x 4.62m
Fitted with a range of attractive wall and floor cupboards and incorporating Nobel aga cooking range set within chimney breast with exposed timber mantle, windows overlooking garden. Understairs cupboard.

Rear Hall/Study 1.85m x 4.7m
Floor standing Worcester combi, central heating boiler (oil central heating)

Utility Room 4.78m x 1.98m
Stainless steel sink unit, base unit work surfaces, plumbing for washer and tumber dryer.


First Floor

Bedroom One 4.62m x 5.05m
Windows on two sides with attractive views.

Bedroom Two 4.62m x 3.84m
Windows to two sides.

Bedroom Three 2.16m x 3.4m

Fitted with modern suite incorporating shower, wash handbasin and wc.

Attic Room 6.25m x 3.1m
(into eaves)
This has an access hatch with pull down stairway, fully boarded and panelled with velux windows.

Well stocked private walled garden with access to gravelled terrace and lawns.

Office 2.97m x 4.5m
A single storey brick building with electricity and telephone points.

Workshop 3.58m x 3.25m
A further useful single storey building attached to the office.

Tea Rooms

Conservatory Rooms
Five linked conservatory room areas providing seating for up to 68 covers within three main eating rooms together with a further 12 covers within a more informal relaxed setting. There is potential for an additional 44 covers outside on lawned area.

Total net internal area 145.24sq.m. (1,562.3sq.ft.)

Servery 8.74m x 3.05m
Fully equipped with counter sales area, display fridges, espresso cappachino coffee machine, central heating boiler, dishwasher area with industrial dish washer, stainless steel sink and drainers. Customer wc.

Fully equipped with excellent range of professional catering appliances with stainless steel preparation benches, master chef six burner cooking range with extractor, walk in pantry, walk in fridge, freezer, staff wc.

Farm Shop 9.4m x 4.6m
Adjacent to the conservatory, previously operating as a farm shop with great potential to develop as a complementary area to the existing business, currently now operating as a gift shop.

The Gardens

Total site area approx 2.25 acres (0.91 hectares)

The property benefits from mains electricity and water with drainage into a private septic tank. The tea rooms use bottle propane gas for cooking and heating. There is also a domestic oil tank adjacent to the main house.

We are advised by Gateshead Council that the property is listed in the current rating list from April 2010 at

Bradley Tea Rooms 4,650
Bradley Walled Garden Nursery 3,100

Strictly by appointment only through joint agents

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