A thriving business in East Staffordshire is for sale as the current owner plans to retire. Kohi Noor is in the Queen Street, Uttoxeter market and is open to bids over £500,000.
It is being sold by Abode Sales and Lettings as a freehold commercial premises, which describes the premises as “multipurpose accommodation” with a dining area for around 70 people. On the ground floor there is the restaurant, a lobby, a reception area and a commercial kitchen.
Upstairs is a landing, a reception room, women’s and men’s toilets and two large storage rooms with additional toilets. The estate agent said: “The property benefits from double glazing throughout, gas central heating (2x boilers), mains water and electricity.
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“An allowance to park vehicles is permitted, provided there is an existing business custom for eat-in or take-out. The premises are a thriving business, run by the same owner for over 50 years and only selling the property only because of his retirement.”
The estate agent adds that the venue has a rateable value of £14,000 and is eligible for retail, hospitality and leisure on business rates. It indicates that the building has a mixed use subject to planning approval.
Kohi Noor has been a hit with customers who have rated it on TripAdvisor with a rating of 4.5 out of 5 out of 101 reviews. It was placed 15 out of 35 for Uttoxeter restaurants.
Its Facebook page describes it as “the best and oldest Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant in Uttoxeter”.
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