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Commercial property to rent
Monks Road, Lincoln, LN2
- Well established takeaway unit
- Densely populated area of city
- Close to city centre
- Ground floor with basement
- Used for fish and chips/Indian takeaway
- Good fixtures and fittings
- 54 sq m inc basement
- Rental £12,000 pax
- Premium £17,500
Letting information:Furnishing: Not Specified
ACCOMMODATION The accommodation more particularly comprises:
GROUND FLOOR With step into retail unit with single bay window, counter area and rear door into kitchen/preparation area. Ground floor is 20.40 sq m.
BASEMENT Internal storage of 17.40 sq m + 16.30 sq m. Total area overall 54.10 sq m.
PLANNING The property has been used for hot food takeaway for many years and therefore has an established use. Formerly used as a fish and chips and now an Indian takeaway. Contact Lincoln City Council for planning info to satisfy yourself as to the present use of the property, tel: 01522 881188.
PRICE Rent £12,000 per annum exclusive of rates and all other outgoings. Premium £17,500 for fixtures and fittings, goodwill and business, being Popadoms Express.
SERVICES Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas are connected to the property; however all prospective purchasers are advised to check upon the adequacy of these supplies for their own purposes.
EPC The Energy Performance Certificate for this property is attached hereto:
VAT The rent expressed in these particulars is exclusive of VAT at the appropriate rate.
VIEWING Viewing is strictly by appointment with the sole agents: Pygott & Crone Lawrence House 27-29 Clasketgate Lincoln LN2 1JJ Tel: 01522 536777 Email: email@example.com
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