100 & 100A High Steet, Bridlington - POA

Features

  • Prominent High Street Location
  • Built in the early 1800s and restored 10 years ago by the Julie Howard Partnership
  • Café / shop with a existing tennent on a 3 year lease
  • 3 Bedroom Flat with sitting tenants

A unique oppotunity to buy a film legend. This was Marigold Café in Dad’s Army, the new film. Where Captain Mainwaring and Catherine Zeta Jones clicked and... well, watch the film!

Located on the corner of Market Place and High Street, it's the most prominent building in the area. Built in the early 1800s as a bank and for the last 50 years a Post Office. Acquired by the Julie Howard Partnership some 10 years ago, the restored listed building is a perfect investment. The shop has been left exactly how the Dad’s Army film set left it.

THE SHOP/CAFÉ

It is approximately 250sq ft. The café /shop area as a Tennent in on a 3 year lease It has the benefit of a Royal Mail post box built in so everyone visits the building.

THE LIVING ACCOMMODATION

3 bedroom flat, with a view of the sea in the distance from the top floor, lounge, large kitchen, bathroom. It was re-plumbed and re-wired when JHP bought it end of 2007.

BUSINESS RATES & COSTS

According to the VOA website 2010 rateable value is £2175.00.

TERMS OF SALE

The property is being sold freehold subject to lease and is being sold with the sitting tenants.

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