Former Liberty’s, The Promenade, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, YO15 2QD

£28,000 per annum

For viewings or for more information

Contact Andrew Chandler

Strictly by appointment only.

Call: +44 (0)191 229 9714

Email: andrew.chandler@dunlopheywood.com

Traditionally a thriving seaside resort, Bridlington has witnessed significant investment in recent years and continues to be a popular destination for visitors.  The town is served by Bridlington Railway Station, on the Yorkshire Coast Line and is accessed by the A165 from the north and south and A614 from the west.  Scarborough is located some 16 miles to the north and Hull 24 miles to the south.

The property is prominently located on The Promenade (B1254) within Bridlington town centre and directly opposite the entrance to The Promenades Shopping Centre.     This is one of the major vehicular and pedestrian routes through the town centre and the building has a high degree of prominence to passing motorists. Nearby occupiers include Burger King, Boots, Bar 20 and The Forum Entertainment Centre.

   

 

The property comprises the ground floor of an attractive mid-terrace, four-storey building of traditional brick construction, beneath a pitched slate covered roof.  The property is currently undergoing extensive refurbishment which will result in the creation of nine new self contained apartments at the upper floors and a new shop front installation at ground floor.  The shop front will incorporate a new projecting timber fascia and automatic sliding pocket screen doors and brickwork piers.

  • Town Centre
  • Bridlington
  • The Promenades Shopping Centre
  • prominence
  • attractive building
  • shop
  • bar
  • leisure

TENURE

Leasehold

LEASE TERMS

The premises are available on a new effective full repairing and insuring lease for a term of years to be agreed.

RENT

The asking rent for the property is £28,000 per annum exclusive of business rates and all other outgoings.

USE

The property was most recently used as a bar, but would suit a variety of other uses subject to planning.   Full details of the planning application (16/02921/PLF) for the building works currently underway at the property are available at East Riding of Yorkshire’s website: www2.eastriding.gov.uk.