A substantial three storey plus cellar detached property comprising a ground floor restaurant/bar which has until recently traded as the well known "One Melling Road". To the first and second floors, accessed via a separate side entrance, there are 5 rooms which we have been advised were previously used for Beauty Therapy with a communal lounge and kitchen. There is also a garage to the side which has the capacity for two cars and also benefits from planning permission for a Cafeteria.
The ground floor would be suitable for a number of uses to include continued use as a Restaurant being fully fitted out to include all fixtures and fittings and a polished Rosewood wooden floor, or alternatively conversion to provide self-contained flats, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
The property is in good order throughout and benefits from double glazing, central heating, electric roller shutters, secure intercom system, CCTV and a double garage. The rooms are all fully furnished and ready for immediate let.
The potential income when fully let is approximately £40,000 per annum.
On the Corner of Melling Road and Warbreck Moor within walking distance to Aintree Racecourse, local transport links and amenities. Approximately 6 miles from Liverpool City Centre.
Chilled Cellar (Not Inspected)
Restaurant/Bar (60 Covers), Kitchen, Prep room, Walk-in Fridge, Ladies and Gents WC's, Disabled WC's.
Side Entrance - Main Entrance Hallway with secure intercom system.
Communal Lounge and Kitchen, 2 x WC's, 1 Bedroom, Office/Bedroom
3 Bedrooms, Shower room/WC
Store Room, Staff Room, Rear Yard accessed via Warbreck Moor for deliveries, Double Garage.
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