- 2900 sq ft (gross internal) of accommodation
- 18th Century Georgian
- Previously utilised as a restaurant
- £2000 PCM
Laid out over two floors and occupying circa 2900 sq ft (gross internal) of accommodation, this early 18th Century Georgian property, has a rich history having formerly been a Meeting House, a school, a garage and until recently a restaurant. The ground floor including a large entertaining/seating area upon entrance, bar, gents and ladies cloakrooms to the rear and storage room. Second floor gents and ladies cloakrooms with substantial commercial kitchen overlooking your more formal dining seating area. The property offers light and airy space with a contemporary feel remaining true to its heritage including exposed roof and ceiling timbers, arched windows, leaded lights, wooden flooring.
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The unit is located in a prime pitch in central Buckingham. The tightly interwoven streets of the town are perfect for a gentle stroll to discover the many specialist shops, pubs and restaurants they contain. Buckingham caters for everyday needs more extensive retail, cultural and sporting facilities can be found nearby at Bicester and Milton Keynes, both towns also offering train links to London. In addition, the educational establishments in the area are excellent including the Grammar School. Terms A new lease for a term to be agreed by the landlord and tenant NB: the property is liable for VAT