4/13/2017 | Restaurants

An Italian restaurant in Canterbury is up for sale

Vecera, an Italian restaurant in Canterbury, Kent has been brought to the market by specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co.

Located a stone’s throw away from Canterbury Cathedral, the Grade II listed property has recently been refurbished and extended and offers a good size commercial kitchen in the basement, a bar and restaurant with seating for around 60 at ground floor level and two bedroom owners’ accommodation over the first and second floor, which is accessed by a separate entrance.

Externally, there is a patio garden which seats around 20 people which is accessed via a side alleyway and beyond that, a private lawned garden area for owners’ use.

James Hughes, Business Agent in Christie & Co’s Maidstone office comments, “This is a superb opportunity to acquire a well-established business in an excellent location which attracts many visitors.  The profitable business has been growing year on year and has received great reviews on TripAdvisor, giving a new owner the scope to grow the business further.

“Canterbury has always proven popular with people looking to own a licensed business. We regularly receive enquiries about the area and it’s fair to say that this type of business is always going to be of interest to potential buyers. Vecera will no doubt attract significant interest from potential purchasers.”

Christie & Co is seeking £625,000 for the freehold interest in Vecera.