Commercial

High Street, Easington Lane, Houghton Le Spring , DH5 0JS

£45,500+

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These are leasehold ground floor commercial premises, currently vacant but previously trading as an established cafe. Well located at the centre of Easington Village with main road frontage and on street parking, this unit could be suitable for other food businesses, or indeed other trades.
Internal floor area amounts to approximately 50 sq metres (530 sq feet).

Easington Lane is a densely populated residential area located almost midway between Durham and Seaham. The premises were operated as Primo cafe for many years and is sold as seen to include all fixtures and fittings. It could therefore be ready to re-open for an owner/operator or
perhaps could be used for hot food takeaway.

The vendors solicitor have advised we are selling the leasehold interest in the shop – number 127 and the freehold reversion of the flat -number 127A.

Property details provided by Andrew Craig
EPC rating: B
Council Tax band:
Tenure : Leasehold – The term of the Lease is 999 years from 24 June 2003.

For Sale By Auction www.agentspropertyauction.com LIVE ONLINE AUCTION 30 May 2024 OPTION 1

Cafe

Customer Toilet

Kitchen

Kitchen Area

Larder Storage

Utility Room

Staff Toilet

Rear Lobby

Rear Yard

Disclaimer 1
The Agents Property Auction have not inspected this property. The property details have been supplied by Andrew Craig. None of the services have been tested. Measurements, where given, are approximate and for descriptive purposes only. Boundaries cannot be guaranteed and must be checked by solicitors prior to exchanging contracts. The details are provided in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract. No member of staff has any authority to make or give representation or warranty in relation to this property.
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Disclaimer 3
A copy of the title is available upon request, we recommend all potential buyers take legal advice, satisfy their requirements on all matters and have finance in place prior to purchase.

Details awaiting vendors approval.

Disclaimer 4
We are advised by the seller that the property has mains provided gas, electricity, water and sewerage.

The energy performance certificate attached advises the property is brick built and provides further details regarding the property’s construction.

Ofcom website states the average broadband download speed of 18 Mbps the fastest package at this postcode: DH5 0JS and mobile coverage is provided by EE, Three, 02 and Vodaphone

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