Former Amusement Arcade and Cafe Premises, 101-102 Marine Road, Morecambe, Lancashire, LA4 4DQ

freehold former amusement arcade approximately 287.14 sq m (3,054 sq ft) together with tenanted cafe producing £5,000 pa

Location

The property is prominently situated adjacent to the site of Frontier Land on Marine Road West (A589) at its junction with Highfield Crescent. Morecambe lies on the coast approximately 3½ miles north west of Lancaster.

Description

Part ground floor and part first floor former amusement arcade and tenanted cafe premises. The remainder of the upper floors have been sold off by way of a long leasehold interest.

Accommodation

Amusement Arcade 
Ground Floor: 
Arcade  224.09 sq m  (2,412 sq ft) 
Storage  12.56 sq m  (135 sq ft) 
First Floor: 
Office  28.11 sq m  (303 sq ft) 
Office  18.95 sq m  (204 sq ft) 
WC 
Subtotal:  287.71 sq m  (3,054 sq ft) 
Cafe 
Sales, Kitchen and Storage  110.38 sq m  (1,188 sq ft) 

Outside

Includes the forecourt under the canopy and parking at the side.

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

The vendor informs us that the premises still benefit from the appropriate consents for an amusement arcade. Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office. Lancaster City Council, Town Hall, Dalton Square, Lancaster, LA1 1PJ. Tel: 01524 582000, Fax: 01524 582161.

Tenancy

The cafe is let on an informal tenancy at £5,000 per annum. 

Solicitors

Jobling & Knape, 5 Aalborg Square, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 1GG.
Tel: 01524 598300. Fax: 01524 735841. E-mail: pjb@joblingandknape.com.
Contact: Mr Peter J Bujakowski.

Addendum

THIS PROPERTY IS NO LONGER FOR SALE.

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