commercial property - Other
Edinburgh & Lothians High Street Musselburgh EH21 7BX
Class 3 restaurant premises in busy High Street location Great transport links from Edinburgh to East Lothian and beyond Situated in location with both local and national covenants in close proximity NIA: 85.95 sq m (925 sq ft) All Enquiries Location The subjects are located at on the High Street wi...
Class 3 restaurant premises in busy High Street location Great transport links from Edinburgh to East Lothian and beyond Situated in location with both local and national covenants in close proximity NIA: 85.95 sq m (925 sq ft) All Enquiries Location The subjects are located at on the High Street within Musselburgh, which is the largest settlement in East Lothain, lying approximately 5 miles east of Edinburgh’s City Centre, situated on the coast of the Firth of Forth with the River Esk meandering through the town itself. More specifically the subjects are located on the south side of the High Street lying in-between the junctions of Newbigging and Kilwinning Street and situated in a parade of other similar style local operators including Mint Fig, Baynes The Bakers, Sweet Haven and nearby Lucca’s Ice Cream. Description The subjects comprise a ground floor café/class 3 restaurant unit forming part of a larger 2 storey and attic stone built premises to the front which is surmounted by a pitched and slated roof. The middle section of the unit is of a brick construction underneath a flat roof which we assume is covered in a bituminous felt or similar type covering and the rear of the unit is utilised as a store which is of corrugated metal sheeting to both the walls and the roof. Internally the subjects are laid out to provide an open plan restaurant/café premises to the front section with natural daylight afforded into this by the single glazed timber framed display window and timber framed and glazed entrance door to the right hand side of the unit. This provides a long and narrow property with the floor being of a solid concrete nature to the front and suspended timber up one step to the rear. The walls are solid with a plaster and paint style finish and the ceiling would appear to be of a lath and plaster nature with decorative timber trussing and a textured paint finish. Artificial lighting is by of wall up lights and pendants dependant upon location. The middle section of the property houses the wc facilities and the kitchen section. The wcs provide a low level cistern and sink and are of tiled nature throughout. The kitchen is constructed by way of a tiled floor, tiled walls and slightly sloping ceiling with artificial lighting by way of a fluorescent strip light. The property also benefits from a commercial style aluminium cooker hood and extraction fan. Behind this lies the further ancillary storage accommodation which is located in the aforementioned outbuilding style section of the unit.