Harry Ramsdens @ the Three Bridges is situated in a fantastic position, directly between, and with views to, the Forth Road and Rail Bridges and over the Firth of Forth.
Queensferry is situated within easy driving distance of Edinburgh city centre and provides an attractive historic town which is a popular tourist destination while also serving as a commuter town to Edinburgh
Specifically, the restaurant is situated on Newhalls Road which is the main arterial route leading along the shore and the premises are situated in an elevated position with spectacular views.
The Three Bridges is situated in a self contained generous site which includes a large beer garden and a large car park which can accommodate approximately 30 cars situated immediately adjacent. The main buildings offer great character, being constructed over two storeys in traditional stone. Further, a bright timber framed extension has been added to the side which, again, offers fantastic views over the Firth of Forth.
There are attractive beer gardens to the front and a car park to the side.
Internally the property has been decorated and is finished to a high standard throughout. The accommodation provided is as follows:
Restaurant With timber and part tiled flooring and bay windows. There is seating for approximately 90 persons. The restaurant has benefited from a recent refurbishment and provide good quality contemporary furnishings throughout. There is a fitted bar server
Conservatory Bright open timber framed double glazed conservatory interconnected with the main restaurant area. The conservatory provides seating for approximately 60 persons. Ancillary Accommodation Ancillary accommodation includes a cellar, customer toilets, fully fitted kitchen, food preparation rooms, walk in fridge/freezer and an accessible toilet.
Function Room Attractive modern decorations with bay/full height windows overlooking the Firth of Forth. Ancillary Accommodation Customer toilets, staff areas and stores.
Office & Storage
Car Park A car park is situated adjacent and provides space for approximately 30 cars. Beer Garden With space for approximately 150 persons, situated in elevated position with great views over the Firth of Forth. Highly attractive modern beer garden furniture with glass balustrading. Gardens Grassed area situated to the rear of premises.
A premises license is in place
The property is connected to mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. We understand that the property has a gas fired central heating system.
The rateable value of the premises is £63,700.
Harry Ramsdens @ the Three Bridges is situated in a fantastic setting with spectacular views. The business is ideally placed not only to cater for the residents within Queensferry but also tourists who regularly visit the town.
The business provides good quality wet and food fayre amongst attractive well finished decorations and a first-class beer garden. Our client has only recently acquired the leasehold interest. Sales at the time of purchase amount to between £650,000 and £700,000 net of vat.
Whilst this is a good level of sales the business is more suited to being operated by a private individual/couple who can reduce staff management costs.
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced chef or owner couple to develop a first-class business. The unit is very well fitted and equipped and is in a walk-in condition with the exception of re-branding/new signage.
The business is currently held on a tied lease from Punch. The current rental is £60,000 p.a. and there are 12 years unexpired in the lease. There is a top up rental if the sales exceed £500,000 net of vat. If the sales are between £500,000 to £1,040,000 then an additional 12% top up rental of the difference will be payable. If the sales increase above £1,040,000 then an additional 8% top up rental based on the difference will be payable.
The premises have been placed on the market at a Nil Premium. However, an incoming tenant will be required to pay for the unit inventory and replace the current security deposit held by the landlord.
From Edinburgh city centre take the A90 which is the main arterial route leading towards the Forth Road Bridge. Carry along the A90, following the signposts for South Queensferry. On entering South Queensferry, make your way to the shore and the Two Bridges Inn is situated between the Forth Road and Rail Bridges in an elevated position on Newhalls Road overlooking the Firth of Forth.
The premises has an EPC Rating - G. A copy of the Energy Performance Certificate is available on request.
For further information, please contact the Glasgow office on 0141 331 0650.
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