A fully-fitted restaurant, previously home to Loch Fyne Seafood Bar & Grill, is available to let in the heart of Shrewsbury town centre.

The property at Unit 1, Talbot House, Market Street occupies a prominent position just off the town’s main Square, with Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery among its neighbours.

It provides contemporary style accommodation, which extends in total to approximately 4,774 sq ft, with attractive glazed frontages to both Market Street and Swan Hill.

Toby Shaw, who is marketing the property for Towler Shaw Roberts, said: "The attractive premises lends itself suitable to be a restaurant, as well as alternative retail uses.

“It will be well known to local people as the former Loch Fyne restaurant.

“The premises are currently fitted out for this purpose and feature a large open plan seating area, with separate kitchen and ancillary customer and staff welfare areas.

“With its excellent location in Shrewsbury town centre, the property's availability for immediate occupation represents a very exciting opportunity, so we anticipate a good level of interest.”

The property is available to let for £65,000 per annum exclusive of VAT, with a fixed increase to £70,000 per annum exclusive after two years and a minimum increase to £75,000 per annum exclusive at the first rent review.

A letting of Unit 1 and the adjacent Unit 2 at Talbot House is also available for an initial rent of £90,000 per annum, rising after two years to £100,000 per annum.
Contact Toby Shaw at TSR for more details on (01743) 243900.

Pictured: The property provides contemporary style accommodation, which extends in total to approximately 4,774 sq ft, with attractive glazed frontages to both Market Street and Swan Hill.

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