Lot 50 - 25 Station Road, Port Talbot, West Glamorgan, SA13 1NN

  • Unconditional Online Auction Sale
  • Guide Price* : £295,000+
  • Bedrooms: 0

Lot 50 - Commercial/Residential Investment Opportunity



A substantial freehold building comprising a ground floor restaurant/bar & four flats above. The restaurant is sold with vacant possession but was previously let at £20k p/a whereas the flats are let with an annual income of £20,940.

The restaurant has been refurbished in a modern contemporary style to a high standard and previously traded at a tapas bar but would suit other potential types of restaurants/bar use.

The property is situated in a prominent position in Port Talbot town centre close to other hospitality businesses, shops and amenities and just a short distance from the train station.

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Floor Description Rent
Ground Floor Restaurant & bar area with seats for 60 and ladies and gents w.c, kitchen prep area office/store and cellar approx. 2oo sq metres
First Floor Flat B (studio) - Entrance, lounge/bedroom, kitchen, bathroom £400 pcm
First Floor Flat C - Entrance hall, bedroom, lounge, kitchen, bathroom £450 pcm
Second Floor Flat D - Entrance, lounge, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen £400 pcm
Second Floor Flat A - Entrance, lounge/kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bathroom £495 pcm
Total annual income £20,940


Restaurant to be sold with vacant possession but previously let at £20K per annum
Total annual income from flats £20,940


Advised Freehold - to be verified by solicitor

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