Retail (E Class) – 35 Conway Street, Fitzrovia, London
The available accommodation is fully self-contained and arranged over ground floor. The premises has a famous history and served as a well-known dairy previously. Most recently it has been used as a well visited café.
The space benefits from fantastic natural light exposed brick fireplace and is presently fitted as a café.
The shop front and the railings are Grade II listed. The listing states that the building was constructed around 1793 with the shop front dating from 1916. It is suspected that J. Evans was one of the Welsh dairy farmers who set up shop in London.
Inside wonderful tiled pictures of a fields and cows can be seen at the counter.
The building is situated on the prominent corner of Warren Street and Conway Street offering great window frontage. Famed for its restaurants, shops and leisure amenities, this district is highly sought after and synonymous with trendy, established companies. The property is closely located to Fitzroy Square and Regent’s Park, perfect for a green escape when necessary.
Nearby multi-national retail occupiers include Pret-a-Manger, Wasabi, ITSU and Tesco Express amongst many others. There are also a number of conventional and serviced offices surrounding the property.
Transport links are excellent via Great Portland Street (Circle, Hammersmith and City and Metropolitan lines), Warren Street (Northern line) and Regent’s Park Station (Bakerloo line) Stations. Oxford Circus (Central and Victoria lines), Euston and Kings Cross stations are also close by.
A new effective Full Repairing and Insuring lease contracted outside the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 is available direct from the landlord for a term to be agreed.
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- Fitted Café
- Corner Frontage
- Heritage Building
- Spot Lighting
- Small Prep Kitchen
- Tiled Floor
- Internal WC