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Cafe at 36, Exeter, SOLD

Cafe at 36, Exeter, SOLD - 28th April 2015

Established well equipped cafe/coffee shop with impressive turnover and prominent trading position

Shortlisted for two local business awards, Cafe at 36 in Cowick Street, Exeter, was for sale through licensed and leisure property specialists Stonesmith of Exeter.
Cafe at 36 trades as a quality cafe/coffee shop and has an excellent reputation with the locals for home made food and freshly made to order snacks, sandwiches etc. This includes a take away service and outside catering buffets. The cafe offers a varied daytime menu along with hot and cold beverages.
Working along with local suppliers Cafe at 36 can now offers gluten free breakfasts and snacks along with their vegetarian options. Their renowned breakfast was named in Grazia magazine as being the “best hangover brekkie” in Exeter. All of which can be viewed on their web site www.cafeat36.co.uk
The business has a solid and regular local trade and offers free story telling and activities for under 8’s, local artwork is on display and second hand books are available to read or purchase. The cafe has also been raising money for its chosen charity “Age UK Exeter” and has been working with the local community to set up the St Thomas Community Association and the St Thomas Festival. As such it has been nominated for three prestigious awards, two Express and Echo business awards in the Categories of Small Business of the Year and Corporate Social Responsibility, and winners of the Taste of the West Hospitality Bronze award in the Cafe & Tea Room category.
Cafe at 36 benefits from a prominent roadside trading position on a high footfall street with complementary businesses close by. It is in a densely populated area and residential suburb of Exeter, with the city centre and Quayside both close by.
Presented to a high standard throughout Cafe at 36 briefly provides a main restaurant and seating area for 42, a customer servery area with display cabinets, a kitchen area, wash up, and customer welfare facilities. Outside to the front there is a small pavement trading area and to the rear a private enclosed service yard.

The leasehold interest of Cafe at 36 was sold by Stonesmith off a guide price of £75,000. Details of properties for sale can be obtained on the Stonesmith web site www.stonesmith.co.uk or by calling the office on 01392 201262


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Thank you Mike and Joan for everything you have done for us in the sale of Wellington Farm. We truly appreciate all of your efforts on our behalf.

Ian Attwell and Alan Candy - Former owners of Wellington Farm B&B and Tea Gardens