Christie + Co offer a new lease on the only independent Restaurant in Fairford

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The Grade II listed traditional Cotswold building has been a restaurant for over 28 years with two operators in this time period and is now ready for a new concept and idea.

Once Leo’s Restaurant, a family run Italian and more recently Allium restaurant that offered a more fine dining experience, the restaurant now offers the opportunity for someone to create something new.

The restaurant boasts a strong corner site position overlooking the market place, which still holds regular markets every Wednesday, is ideally positioned and visible to through traffic as well as locals and visitors to the area.

Fairford itself offers a great base for exploring the Cotswolds as it is not too far from Cirencester, Cotswold Water Park, Lechlade on Thames and Burford.
Offering a well presented 55 cover restaurant with the benefit of a tasting room (20) and bar (20), fireplaces and a traditional wishing well which has been enclosed and lit, offering a distinctive dining experience.

A new lease will be available with the benefit of a two bedroom maisonette.

Valerie Turner, restaurant specialist at Christie + Co says “This is a fantastic opportunity for an operator to take on an established restaurant site that has had a proven track record. The package of the restaurant and flat is a rarity in the sought after area and makes it very attractive for a hands on operator.”

The lease is available with an asking price of £27,500 to include all the trade fixtures and fittings including kitchen equipment with a rent of £20,000.

For further information please contact Christie + Co, Bristol office on 0117 946 8500.

Source: Christie + Co

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