Commercial property to rent - Bryanston Street, Marylebone, W1H - London2let L2L92-11956

Commercial property to rent - Bryanston Street, Marylebone, W1H

£56,500 per Annum

property description

A3 Restaurant & Residential Flats Lease For Sale, situated in Marylebone, approximately 2670 sq ft over the ground floor, basement, and 3 flats. Near Marble Arch Station. **Staff Unaware - Confidentially Available**Use Class: A3 Restaurant & C3 ResidentialLicence: Premises Licence which permits the sale of alcoholDemise: The total area approx 2670 sq ft. Tenure: The premises are available by way of a reassignment of the existing lease for a term of 15 years from 2015 within the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954Rent: £56,500 per annumBusiness Rates: To be confirmedPremium: Price on applicationResidential:There are 3 one bedroom flats, one on each floor, and you have the permission to rent the flats on the open marketLegal Costs: Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs. Viewing: Strictly by prior arrangement with Sole Agents Next Property Commercial on 020 3745 [removed]@nextpropertycommercial.co.ukThese particulars are believed to be correct, but their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer or form any part of any contact, Next Property have no authority to make any representation or give any warranty in relation to this property.NoticeAll photographs are provided for guidance only.Client Money Protection provided by: Propertymark Client Money Protection Scheme (C0123675)

Furnishing: Furnished Or Unfurnished

property features

  • Commercial Property
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • Furnished Or Unfurnished

train stations

  • Marble Arch Station (Zone 1): 0.09miles
  • Bond Street Station (Zone 1): 0.32miles
  • Baker Street Station (Zone 1): 0.58miles
  • Marylebone Station (Zone 1): 0.60miles
  • Oxford Circus Station (Zone 1): 0.69miles

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