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  1. White Horse, 16 Keyhaven Road, Milford on Sea, Lymington, SO41 0QY

    Leisure for sale

    • £450,000
    • 0.17 hectares
    • Car park
    • Grade II
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge
    • Open plan

    A traditional public house located in an affluent village location with large car park and trade garden., The property is situated on Keyhaven Road close to the centre of Milford on Sea. Milford on Sea is an affluent coastal village close to Lymington on the edge of the New Forest and shores of the Solent. The immediate area is mixed with the centre of Milford on Sea 200m the west and comprising of Retail and Leisure. Residential housing is positioned opposite the site with some light industrial also adjacent., The pub is traditional in style and comprises a large open plan bar area (70 covers) with public bar containing a pool table to the left. To the rear of the main bar is a function room (30 covers). The ground floor also provides a commercial kitchen, cellar, stores, and WC facilities., At first floor there is 3 bedrooms, office, lounge/dining room, kitchen, WC and bathroom., Externally there is a decent sized beer garden and car parking for circa 20 cars with additional scrub land beyond which has been sold separately to a residential developer and therefore is excluded from the sale., Traditional public house, Affluent village location, Large car park and trade garden, Of interest to pub and restaurant groups, owner operators and investors alike, Freehold available, The property comprises of a site of 0.429 acres (0.174 hectares), and is generally regular in shape with an even topography. Please refer to our Ordnance Survey extract which delineates the boundary of the site for sale. The building is a detached Grade II Listed building arranged over two floors. Elevations are of rendered brick work with single glazed sash fenestration at the front and UPVC at rear, beneath a variable pitched clay tiled roof. There is single storey extension at the rear of the main building.

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  2. Colwell Chine Road, Colwell Bay, Freshwater PO40 9NP

    Leisure for sale

    • £20,000
    • Cafe
    • Car park
    • Furnished
    • Restaurant

    Print Details Tweet Rare opportunity to have your own slice of Beach Life. Beach huts situated to the rear of the sea wall at Colwell Bay just yards away from the sandy beach and having commanding views out across the Solent. Ten year lease available. Idyllic, popular location.

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  3. Salty's Bar & Restaurant, Quay Street, Yarmouth

    Leisure for sale

    • P.O.A.
    • 0.13 hectares
    • Kitchen
    • Open plan
    • Restaurant
    • Storage
    • Transport

    Popular family run fish restaurant and bar on the Isle of Wight for sale., Yarmouth is a popular town and port located on the north west coast of the Isle of Wight, Hampshire. Yarmouth is located approximately 5.2 miles east of the Needles, 10 miles west of the principle town of Newport and 12 miles west of Cowes. Yarmouth is located at the western end of the Solent which is one of the UK's most popular stretches of water for recreational activities. To the north of Yarmouth across the Solent is the mainland market and sailing town of Lymington; from here regular ferry services run throughout the year. The sheltered marina located within the harbour provides a base for a large number of day and overnight visitors by boat. The town boasts a variety of pubs, restaurants and accommodation; leisure and hospitality operators within the immediate area include the George Hotel, Kings Head, Bugle and Wheatsheaf public houses. Attractions within the area include Yarmouth Castle and Pier., Salty's Bar & Restaurant is a family owned and operated business that was established in 1993. Often described as an 'institution', the business is well-known for its fresh seafood and lively atmosphere, which attracts sailors, tourists and visitors from far afield. Salty's Bar & Restaurant operates for approximately three quarters of the year, choosing to close in the off season and each Sunday evening and Monday throughout the year. There is an opportunity for operators to extend opening hours to take advantage of off season trade. An indication of revenue is available upon request to seriously interested parties. No further financial information will be provided or warranted., Popular family run fish restaurant and bar on Solent coast, Prime location in harbour town of Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight, Ground floor bar (40) and first floor restaurant (65), 01:00 sale of alcohol seven days a week, Adjacent to ferry termincal and Yarmouth Marina, First time on the market in 26 years, Price on application, A two storey part attached property of brick and stone construction under a pitched tile and slate roof. The property extends to approximately 0.13 hectares (0.033 acres) excluding the yard to the east which adjoins the George Hotel. Salty's Bar & Restauant is arranged over two floors. The ground floor comprises a customer area with table seating for 40 and bar servery to the front, with ancillary space including a preparation area, storage area and open plan cold storage area to the rear. Back of house areas are connected by a stairwell. The first floor is accessible via a separate entrance to the side which leads to an open plan 'loft-style' restaurant with table seating for 65 customers. A separate bar servery is provided. Located to the rear section are male and female WC's, trade kitchen, staff rooms and storage. To the front elevation is a small balcony with views of the harbour.

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  4. Tiien Hotel & Restaurant, West Cliff Road, Bournemouth

    Leisure for sale

    • £850,000
    • 293.88 sq m
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Reception
    • Refurbished
    • Restaurant

    Freehold hotel & restaurant for sale - Offers invited (Guide price £850,000). Boutique hotel situated in picturesque Bournemouth suburb., Bournemouth is a popular tourist destination and benefits from 8 miles of blue-flagged beaches. The hotel is approximately 10 minutes' walk from Bournemouth beach., The property has been granted a Premises Licence in accordance with the Licencing Act 2003. We understand that the hotel is permitted to sell alcohol 24 hours a day to residents and between 11am - 11pm to non-residents. The hotel is licensed to open 24 hours a day., We understand that all trade fixtures and fittings are included as part of the sale price (excluding stock at valuation, personal and branded items)., The property is held freehold. The sale will be treated as the transfer of a going concern. TUPE regulations will apply., Guide price £850,000. The sale will be treated as a transfer of a going concern and therefore VAT will not be applicable., The subject property is listed in the 2017 Rating List with a Rateable Value of £9,700. The National Multiplier for England and Wales for 2018/19 is £0.493., We understand the premises benefits from a C1 Use Class. We understand the property is not listed but does lie within Westbourne Conservation Area. The property is under the administrative boundary of Bournemouth Borough Council., Services are in place, including water, electricity, telephone and gas via private gas tanks and foul via an on-site sewage treatment plant., For a formal viewing, strictly by appointment with Savills., Boutique hotel situated in picturesque Bournemouth suburb, 10 bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, Refurbished ground floor bar and dining areas, Well established popular Thai restaurant, GIA of 3,163 Sq Ft (293.88 Sq M), The property is located between Westbourne and Branksome Park, approximately 1.5 miles from Bournemouth town centre. This property is located 5 miles east of Poole and 7 miles west of Christchurch. The area is characterised by large detached houses as well as hotels and B&B's. The hotel is situated prominently on the corner of Alum Chine Road and West Cliff Road, the latter of which provides a busy route from the town centre to Branksome beach. The hotel comprises a three storey semi-detached property primarily of rendered brick construction with a multi-pitched clay tiled roof. Part of the frontage is tiled and there is an extension of similar construction to the rear of the property. Internally, there is a reception for the hotel. To the left is a contemporary Thai restaurant with approximately 50 covers, a bar servery and a fully fitted trade kitchen. To the right hand side is a bedroom. On the ground floor there are also ladies' and gentlemen's WC's and some storage space. The upper floors benefit from dual entrances. The current configuration on the first floor provides five en-suite B&B rooms, two of which are single rooms, two are twin rooms and one is a double room. The second floor comprises three double bedrooms and one single bedroom. In total there are 10 bedrooms. The business runs as a niche Thai restaurant with separately run rooms. The boutique rooms have been refurbished to a high specification and cater to the mid to upper tier market. Accounting information for both aspects of the business is available on request. The business website is www.tiienhotel.co.uk Located to the front is a paved car park with capacity for approximately four vehicles.

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  5. The Testwood Club, 110 Salisbury Road

    Leisure for sale

    • £550,000
    • 0.44 acres
    • Car park
    • Office space
    • Storage
    • Train transport
    • Transport

    The property is situated on a prominent corner position on Salisbury Road and Testwood Lane, circa 1.2 miles from Totton High Street and 0.9 miles from the train station. The property benefits from good transport links with J1 of the M27 situated 1.5 miles to the East and J2 of the M27 2.6 miles to the North. The property is situated in a residential area with surrounding properties predominantly comprising single storey bungalows. The subject property comprises a detached building of traditional brick construction under a pitched roof with heights of two storeys to front aspect lowering to single storey to rear. The ground floor comprises main bar area, function hall with raised stage, ladies and gents WC's, Storage and self-contained snooker hall. Access to the first floor is off the main foyer and comprises private function and bar area, secretary's office and ladies and gents WC's. The property also benefits from a full height cellar accessed to the rear of the main bar.

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  6. Harbour House, Town Quay, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 2AQ

    Leisure for sale

    • P.O.A.
    • 14,000 sq ft
    • Car park
    • Grade II
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge
    • Open plan

    Harbour House is an attractive Grade II Listed, building prominently situated on Town Quay opposite, the Isle of Wight ferry terminus. There are a number, of clubs, pubs, restaurants and bars in the vicinity, making the location a busy leisure destination., Access to the property is good with Town Quay, (A33) fronting the property, leading to the M271 and, M27 respectively., Popular Town Quay Location, Attractive Grade II Listed Building, Circa 14,000 sq ft (G.I.A) of Space, 20 Parking Spaces, Potential for a Variety of Uses, Harbour House was the former Harbour Master’s Offices for the Port of Southampton and is a landmark Grade II Listed building. The original building was sympathetically extended in 2003 when it was converted to casino use and more recently nightclub use. The property is currently split into two separate venues, with a ground floor and basement nightclub and a separate basement, ground, first and second floor former gentlemen’s club. The ground floor nightclub, known currently as CoCo Bar & Lounge is accessed via the side elevation of the property and upon entry provides an open plan nightclub with large bar servery. There is limited seating but this reflects the nature of the venue which is designed for vertical drinking. The former gentlemen’s club which occupies the majority of the accommodation is accessed via the main entrance at the front of the property and upon entry at ground floor level there is an attractive original wooden spiral staircase. WC facilities are also provided at this level. At first floor there are three principal trade rooms all focused around the central lobby area. Many of the rooms benefit from attractive original wooden interior panelling and coving. The fit-out is to a high specification and any ingoer will have the benefit of these fittings. At second floor level there is a large commercial kitchen, offices and storage rooms. The basement which is shared between both venues provides both a cellar and storage rooms.

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  7. 1A Bugle Street, Southampton, SO14 2AL

    Leisure for sale

    • £900,000
    • 7,588 sq ft
    • Grade II
    • High ceilings
    • Restaurant

    Access to the property is good with Town Quay (A33) fronting the property, leading to the M271 and M27 respectively., 1a Bugle Street is an attractive Grade II Listed building prominently situated where Bugle Street meets Town Quay opposite the Isle of Wight ferry terminus., There are a number of clubs, pubs, restaurants and bars in the vicinity making the location a busy leisure destination. Office users are also present in numbers., We understand the accommodation measured on a Gross Internal basis equates to approximately 705 sq m (7,588 sq ft). Floor plans are available on request., Popular Town Quay location, One of the oldest buildings in Southampton, Iconic Grade II Listed property, Circa 7,500 sq ft (G.I.A) of space, Potential for a variety of uses (STP), Guide Price £995,000, The property is a Grade II Listed building, originally designed as the Royal Southern Yacht Club in 1846 and benefits from many period features. Bugle Street is one of the oldest streets within the old walled city.

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  8. Pizza Express Restaurant Investment, 31 Oxford Street, Southampton

    Leisure for sale

    • £575,000
    • 2,690 sq ft
    • Restaurant
    • Train transport

    Situated close to Ocean Village's new missed use developments and the Southampton Harbour Hotel., Pizza Express is located in Southampton, one of the largest cities in the South of England. Southampton has several academic institutions in the City; The University of Southampton, Solent University and their respective campuses accommodate large numbers of students (c.25,000) in addition to office and residential population. Southampton’s mainline railway station within the city centre provides fast and frequent rail services to London Waterloo. The following are approximate distances: London 70 miles (113 km), Portsmouth 20 miles (32 km) Bournemouth 30 miles (48 km) and Winchester 13 miles (21 km)., The property is located 0.2 miles (400m) north west of Ocean Village with its marina, cinema, residential apartments and commercial businesses and a collection of additional leisure operators including Southampton Harbour Hotel. The property is on the corner of Oxford Street and John Street, the former of, which has a collection of established food and drink operators, offices and residential areas., The property is let on a FRI lease to Pizza Express (franchisee) Ltd for 25 years from 17 March 1994. The lease is subject to 5 yearly reviews. The current rent passing is £34,250pa. Currently Pizza Express are holding over and no notice has been provided, but we understand there is an appetite for them to remain in occupation., The upper floors have been sold off on a long leasehold basis but the freehold including the ground and basement subject to the above occupational lease is available with a guide price of £575,000, which represents a net initial yield of 5.6%, assuming purchasers costs of 6.5%., Freehold Restaurant Investment, Prominent restaurant in established city centre location on Oxford Street, Corner position with return frontage, Passing rent of £34,250 per annum, Of interest to investors and owner operators alike, Pizza Express occupies an end of terrace position over ground and basement. The remainder of the building comprises seven flats which are arranged at first, second and third floor levels and are accessed independently. The building is primarily brick construction with a parapet wall at second floor under a multi pitched roof. The building offers prominent frontages to both Oxford Street and John Street.

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