Restaurant, Licensed and Takeaway for sale in Edleston Road, Crewe, Cheshire
For Sale by public auction on 15th July 2019. Live online bidding available.
Extensive two storey mid terrace property, previously a Chinese Takeaway with two bedroom flat above, The property occupies a prominent position on Edleston Road in Crewe. The premises have suffered smoke damage in the kitchen from a minor fire. Offered Freehold with vacant possession.
- 1084 sqft Min Size
- 1084 sqft Max Size
- Hot Food Takeaway Premises and 2 bedroom first floor flat
- NIA: 1084 Sq ft (100.70 Sq m)
- Fitted as Chinese Takeaway
- Freehold with vacant possession
- Estimated Rental Income £12,000 £14,000 pa
- Property has suffered minor fire damage in kitchen
- Restaurant, Licensed and Takeaway
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