The restaurant is located immediately opposite South Western House at the junction where Canute road Platform Road and the A33 meet at Queens Park. The restaurant is within easy walking distance of Ocean Village and Oxford Street where there are numerous bars and restaurants catering the increasing number of people who are living in this part of the City.
The accommodation comprises a Grade II Listed restaurant arranged over ground and first floors. The ground floor comprises main entrance on the left hand side of the building leading into a bar and restaurant which is predominantly clear open space. There is a private function room and disabled cloakroom. The first floor comprises kitchens and stores, private office, male and female cloakrooms, and 5 bedrooms staff living accommodation. There is a dumbwaiter from the kitchens into the main restaurant. ACCOMMODATION
Ground Floor Entrance Hall :15’03” x 22’04” (4.64m x 6.81m) Restaurant :65’00” x 43’07” (19.81m x 13.28m) Private Function room :14’00” x 14’00” (4.27m x 4.27m) Disabled Cloakroom
First Floor Office :14’09” x 15’04” (4.49m x 4.67m) Kitchens :65’00” x 17’04” (19.81m x 5.28m) Male and Female Cloakrooms Stores, staff rooms, Shower rooms
Total Gross Floor Area 7,000 sq.ft. (650 sq.m.) Approx.
PLANNING Pilgrim House is Grade II Listed. National Ref No. is 1178543
The building has a long established use as a restaurant. Planning consent was granted on 17th September 2002 for change of use from Class B1 offices to Class A3 restaurant. Planning Application Ref No. 01/01295/FUL. All interested parties should make their own enquiries to Southampton City Council planning department Tel: 023 8083 3006
Alternative uses would be considered
LICENCING Premises Licence to sell alcohol seven days a week from midday until midnight. Reference No. 2015/00090/01SPRM
TENURE Leasehold The premises are available on a new 15 to 20 years lease at a commencing rental of £72,000 p.a.
The incoming tenant will be responsible for their own legal fees.
Interested parties should enquire of the local Rating Authority as to the implications of the phasing arrangements on the amount of rates actually payable. Parties should also make enquiries concerning the implications of the small business allowance.
VIEWING AND FURTHER DETAILS
By arrangement with RE/MAX Plus through whom all negotiations are to be conducted.