Former restaurant premises located on the main shopping street in the centre of Skipton. Available immediately.
Located at first floor level the property is accessed via a stone set of steps from Sheep Street and comprises a seating area with potential for over 40 covers plus a separate kitchen and food prep area and male and female WCs
The property is located in a prime position on one of the main shopping streets in the centre of Skipton. Famous for its four days a week market, the town is popular with tourists and day-trippers because of its Castle and local walks, and is also within a 10 minute drive of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the popular holiday destinations of Malham, Grassington and Bolton Abbey.
The property is available by way of an effectively fully repairing and insuring lease at an asking rent of £17,500 per annum for a minimum term of 5 years.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
The property has an energy performance rating C (56).
Strictly by appointment through the agents Carling Jones - contact a member of the team at the Skipton Office on 01756 799163
The property currently has a rateable value of £9,600 (2023 list). The property may be eligible for small business rates relief and interested parties are advised to obtain more information by visiting www.voa.gov.uk or calling North Yorkshire Council.
The ingoing tenant will be responsible for a contribution of £750 plus VAT towards our client's legal costs.
The new tenant will be required to contribute a fair proportion towards the maintenance costs of the building. The tenant will also be required to contribute a fair proportion toward the cost of the building insurance.
We have not been able to test the equipment, services or installations in the property (including heating and hot water systems) and recommend that prospective purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check the relevant installations before entering into any commitment
AGENT’S NOTE & DISCLAIMER
These details do not form part of an offer or contract. They are intended to give a fair description of the property, but neither the vendor nor Carling Jones accept responsibility for any errors it may contain. Purchasers or prospective tenants should satisfy themselves by inspecting the property