The available property is an attractive stone built unit under a pitched roof. The ground floor provides a bar area to the front with seating, and seated restaurant to the rear providing approximately 80 covers.
There is a partially fitted kitchen and disabled WC on the ground floor, with separate male and female WC’s, staff office, prep kitchen and stores across part of the first floor. There is a cellar with beer drop from street level.
There is a solid fuel fire within the bar area, together with comfort cooling system. There is gas central heating to the remainder of the property.
To the rear of the ground floor there is a small enclosed outdoor seating area for circa 4 tables of 4.
There is a small yard for loading access and bin stores, and also provides access to the cellar beer drop.
Horsforth is a very popular Leeds suburb located approximately 4.5 miles (7.2km) west of Leeds City Centre. It benefits from good communications, lying adjacent to the Leeds Outer Ring Road (A6120) and the A65 Leeds to Skipton Trunk Road runs through the town.
Horsforth has a busy railway station, being on the Leeds to Harrogate line. With its collection of sports clubs, community activities, restaurants, bars and pubs, Horsforth is recognised as an attractive residential location.
Horsforth is a thriving and busy shopping area benefitting from a mixture of national, regional and local retailers, all of which contribute to provide an attractive retail offer, hence drawing shoppers in.
The prime retail is concentrated on Town Street which is anchored by a large Morrison’s supermarket and other national retailers including Card Factory, Costa Coffee, Greggs, Barclays, HSBC, Halifax, Santander, Well Pharmacy and Yorkshire Bank. The property is located towards the end of Town Street, with neighbouring occupiers including the Post Office, Konak Meze Mediterranean Restaurant, The Old King’s Arms, and The Black Bull.