The attractive four-storey property is distinctively furnished in a bohemian and artistic style and comprises a trading area for 36 covers over two levels, a bar servery, basement cellar, commercial kitchen and separate prep/wash up room. The premises also benefits from two-bedroom owners’ accommodation on the upper floors.
Externally, the property features a good size, secluded trade garden to the rear with seating for 20 covers, seating to the front of the building for 16 covers, and a roof terrace, accessible from the owner’s accommodation, which provides views over the city.
Situated in a prominent position on the High Street, the café is a short walk from Canterbury Cathedral, the city’s most famous tourist attraction, providing a high level of passing trade. With two main railway stations and easy access to the motorway, Canterbury is a highly accessible location for visitors to the area.
James Hughes, Business Agent at Christie & Co’s Maidstone office is handling the sale and comments, “Boho Café represents a great opportunity to acquire a well-established business in a prime location with consistently high footfall. With a strong and loyal following from customers far and wide and regular visits from celebrity clientele, this is a perfect business for someone wanting to take a thriving business to the next level.”
An asking price of £155,000 is being sought for the leasehold interest.