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Property available in Whithorn, South West Scotland

Central Cafe, 17 George Street

Whithorn, Wigtownshire  DG8 8NS

Central Cafe, 17 George Street
Offers over £330,000

Cafe Cafe Frying Area & Prepping Space Frying Area & Prepping Space Kitchen Store Area 3 Room 1 Back Garden and Rear Elevation

The Central Café was established by the Soriani family in 1933 and is now operated by the third generation of this family. The business is grounded in strong local trade together with a good base of custom from tourists and holiday makers who visit this very popular and scenic corner of South West Scotland.

The business operation is centred around the sale of fish and chips, handmade ice creams and ‘sit in’ trade. The property, which is prominently positioned within the distinctive town centre of Whithorn (which is Conservation Area), comprises a substantial middle terrace building, Category C Listed, extending over ground, first and attic floors. At the rear of the building is an extensive range of stores together with a well kept garden.

The café and serving area, frying and prepping space, kitchen and stores are all arranged over the ground floor. There are a range of rooms and bathroom at first floor together with 2 further rooms at attic level.

The range of stores at the rear are fashioned to provide space for the likes of housing the walk in freezer, potato store and preparation space and where the ice cream is made and stored.

The business operation is in very good heart and trading figures reflect this position. Presently trade is over 6 days a week, excluding Wednesdays. There is scope to further extend the pattern of opening/trading hours.

With the exception of personal effects the business is offered for sale complete with all items of machinery/equipment which would enable any new operator coming in to commence trading immediately.

The property benefits from oil fired central heating, there is a Rayburn in the kitchen which is operated by way of oil and a gas hob ran off LPG. The Fryer which is Frank Ford of Halifax model is electrically operated. Windows are mainly double glazed in either timber or uPVC casements.

The sale of the Central Café presents a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial property and a very strong and established business.

Energy Performance Certificate Rating: Band G (103)


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