The property comprises a terrace of shops which have been combined to form a café with a frontage of 15.78 metres with preparation rooms and toilets to the rear and four storage rooms at first floor level. To the rear of the property there is a two-storey workshop, until recently used as a Food Factory and adjoining which there is a yard currently housing a number of walk-in freezers. The floor levels vary significantly within the building to reflect the change in ground level between Dalton Road, Paradise Street and Greengate Street. Access to the rear of the property can be gained from both Paradise Street and Greengate Street and the property enjoys a dedicated loading bay/car park.
We understand that the property will benefit from an established lawful use generally falling within Class A3 (restaurant and café) of the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended).
Informal discussions with the local planning authority indicate that they would wish to retain frontage to Dalton Road with the following uses being appropriate A1, A2, A3, B1, D1 & D2. Residential development above and to the rear of the property would be appropriate, in particular accommodation for contractors working in Barrow.
The freehold interest with the benefit of vacant possession is available at offers in the region of £175,000.