Established in the early 1990s, the business moved to its currently location in 2004 and now comprises a restaurant seating area for 24 covers with modern bench seating and a large service counter, plus an excellent sized catering kitchen. The space presents the potential to provide additional covers and further increase trade following a small refurbishment under new ownership.
Ideally situated on the high street, the restaurant benefits from strong levels of passing trade due to its location near the Feltham railway station, which provides links to Waterloo and Reading.
Current owners, brother and sister are now looking to recoup their cash form this project as they are now living overseas. They comment, “This long leasehold opportunity with 84 years left and no rent to pay has been a great investment for us over the years.”
Stewart Harkness, Associate Director at Christie & Co is handling the sale and comments, “this established restaurant and takeaway is a great investment opportunity for either an operator or long term investor and is being offered with vacant possession.”
Christie & Co is seeking an asking price of £250,000 for the long leasehold interest of Tennessee Fried Chicken.