About this property

Addendum To Printed Catalogue

This property has been sold prior.

On behalf of Fixed charge Receivers, Restaurant investment currently producing £24,000 per annum. The property comprises a ground floor restaurant with first floor function room and staff facilities. The premises include an area of land extending across the back of the building and to the rear of No 61 and 63 Duke Street to which there is rear is vehicle access from Hamer Street, which provides customer car parking for approximately 10 cars.

Listed By

Sutton Kersh - Auctions
2 Cotton Street,
L3 7DY

t. 0151 207 6315
f. 0151 207 6316

Full Description


The property is situated at the corner of Duke Street and Hamer Street, within a Primarily retail area close to St Helens Town Centre.


Ground Floor
Restaurant Dining room fitted Bar 182.5 sq.m (1964 sq.ft)
Wine Store 4.39 sq.m (47 sq.ft)
Kitchens 40.27 sq.m (433 sq.ft)
Store Rooms 19.00 sq.m (205 sq.ft)
Covered Yard/Store 14.00sq.m (150 sq.ft)
Customer/Disabled Washroom/WC 3.72sq.m (40 sq.ft)

First Floor

Landing/Circulation Space
Banqueting Room 38.5sq.m (414sq.ft)
Bar/Lounge 16.7sq.m (180 sq.ft)
Four Staff Restrooms 44.5 sq.m (479 sq.ft)
Office 10.9 sq.m (117 sq.ft)
Male and Female WC 25.5 sq.m (274 sq.ft)
Shower Room/WC


Car park to the rear with spaces for approximately 10 cars


The premises are occupied by way of a full repairing and insuring lease for a term of 5 years from 6th September 2011, to Rose Plaza Restaurant Ltd, With a option for a further 5 year term subject to an upward only rent review on renewal to market rental value. The current passing rent is £24,000 pa.


59/59a Duke Street, St. Helens, Merseyside

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