New licence/lease available: 103 high street, harlsden, london, NW10 4TS
London Victoria Properties are delighted to offer to the market this superb and beautiful ground floor and basement, A3 restaurant with shisha lounge. Well established trading at £1500 per day with tremendous scope to increase further. 100 covers plus. Fully equipped catering kitchen. Shisha lounge area to rear. Ladies and gents WC.
Excellent location right opposite Paddy Power, Sahar Food Centre, Dry Cleaners, Santander Bank, Selekt Chicken and Bureau de Change etc.
Approximate Gross Internal Area is: 1679 sq ft.
Business Rates: The property has a Rateable Value of: £20,099 with actual rates payable of: £8,320 per annum. New businesses may be able to apply for discount (Transitional Relief).
Rent is: £24,000 per annum
The ingoing tenant should be prepared to pay 3 months rent upfront and the equivalent of 3 months rent to be paid and held as a security deposit.
Premium: Offers sought in excess of £60,000 'all at' inclusive of goodwill and inventory
To arrange a viewing please contact either Victoria on or Zak on .
Thanking you, Kind regards
Victoria A Bennett cpea Commercial Property Agent London Victoria Properties 8a Lower Teddington Road Kingston, KT1 4ER / Victoria@lvp.london
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