This opportunity will occupy the whole of the first floor and part of the ground floor of this attractive red brick building. Red Row Working Mens Club has been part of the local community since around 1904 and has a robust membership. The Club will continue to occupy
Red Row is a former mining village located just off the A1068 approximately 2 miles south of Amble and adjacent to Druridge Bay. Amble and the surrounding area is currently experiencing a huge increase in the local population and there are a number of new housing estates currently under construction, or already completed, in this part of Northumberland.
The premises will provide space for circa 50 - 60 covers on the first floor together with a kitchen facility and separate toilets. On the ground floor there will be a designated dining area for another 15 or so people in order to accommodate customers unable to use the stairs. The restaurant operator will be expected to offer a catering service for the Club members, the finer details of which are to be agreed. With a captive Club membership, a thriving local population and in an area popular with tourists and day trippers, an early viewing is recommended.
Dining Area circa 110 sq.ft. (10 sq.m.).
Restaurant circa 800 sq.ft. (75 sq.m.).
Kitchen circa 250 sq.ft. (21 sq.m.).
A new full repairing and insuring lease is available at a rent of £15,000 per annum with full terms to be agreed. Minimum length of lease 3 years.
The premises are assessed as follows:
Rateable Value £TBC
Rates free incentives likely to be available.
Gas, water and electricity on site.
The ingoing tenant will be responsible for the landlord’s reasonable legal costs in the preparation of the new lease.
Money Laundering Regulations:
In accordance with the current Anti-Money Laundering Regulations, the Tenant will be required to provide two forms of identification and proof of the source of income.