Beijing Palace, Main Road

Gedney, Spalding, Lincolnshire PE12 0BW

Guide price  £325,000

Location

The property is located 0.8 miles from the village of Gedney on the A17. The A17 is a busy road that takes you through Lincolnshire from Newark to Kings Lynn in Norfolk making the property a suitable location for retail/industrial use. Gedney is 2 miles east from Holbeach and 2 miles north-west from Long Sutton. The A17 also takes you to Sutton Bridge which crosses the river Nene which is one of the few bridges in the area.

Description

A well-established restaurant with living accommodation located on the A17. The property is on a site of approximately 1.28 acres and has ample of parking. The ground floor consists of an entrance hall that holds the male, female and disabled
toilets. The entrance leads to the restaurant that has enough space for around 150 covers with a bar with a large a kitchen to the rear of the building. The first floor consist of five bedrooms and a bathroom. Behind the property there is also an outhouse
that provides additional storage.

Accommodation

Ground Floor:
296.5 m2 (3,198 sq. Ft.)
First Floor:
85.3m2 (918 sq. Ft.)
The floor areas are taken from the EPC plan attached and are on a gross internal basis. We have not checked the measurements.

Viewing

For further information or to arrange a viewing please contact
sole agents JHWalter LLP:
William Gaunt BSc (Hons)

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