795 Maryhill Road, Glasgow, G20 7TL
• Well performing Bar & Restaurant
• Prominent trading position in Glasgow’s west end
• Recently extended & completely refurbished to an exacting standard
• Stunning glass house Restaurant (c.60 covers), Bar (45) & Beer Garden (35)
• 2018 Turnover £539,394 net of vat
• Gross profit £359,244 (67%)
• Currently run completely under management
The subjects benefit from an extremely prominent trading position on Maryhill Road, close to its junction with Queen Margaret Drive, within Glasgow’s bustling and vibrant west end, and is positioned within a densely populated residential area.
Maryhill Road forms part of the A81, and benefits from high levels of passing traffic, linking the City Centre (2 miles) with Bearsden (4 miles), Milngavie (5 miles) and the north of Glasgow.
The subjects are directly across the road from Murano Street Student Village, which is Glasgow University’s largest residence with almost 1200 bedrooms, and is also close to Firhill Stadium.
Other nearby attractions and amenities include Glasgow University, the Kelvingrove Museum & Art Galleries, the Kelvinhall International Sports Arena, the new Hunterian Museum and Kelvingrove Park & Bandstand.
The subjects are accessed directly from Maryhill Road, with 2 entrances leading directly to the bar, and can also be accessed from the beer garden to the side.
The subjects were extended in 2015 to create the glasshouse conservatory to the rear, and the entire premises were extensively refurbished at this time, and have been designed and fitted to an exacting standard.
The bar area is positioned to the front of the premises and is home to a large, fully equipped bar/servery. The bar area can seat approximately 45 customers by way of comfy window booths, fixed banquet seating, stylish loose tables and chairs and bar stools. There are 2 flat screen televisions on the walls.
The Restaurant area is positioned to the rear of the premises, within the stunning new glasshouse conservatory area, and must be one of the finest dining areas in Glasgow, with full floor to ceiling windows overlooking the garden, which can be opened up to create an al fresco dining experience. This area provides a comfortable 60 covers by way of fixed banquet seating and loose tables and chairs. This area also benefits from a wood burning stove, as well as a large tree which provides a real focal point.
French doors from the restaurant area lead out on to the stylish, decked beer garden area which overlooks the gardens to the rear. This area benefits from electric patio heaters and attractive overhead fairy lights, and can accommodate approximately 30/40 customers with seating provided by handmade wooden benches and stools.
• Fully fitted catering kitchen
• Dishwash/store area
• Male, Female & Disabled toilets
• Basement Cellar/storage
The subjects previously traded as the Strathmore Bar, before rebranding as The Botany in 2018. The business has developed an enviable reputation for its quality food and service, as well as an extensive drinks selection.
Focusing on providing fresh, locally sourced products where possible, the Botany offers a range of menus including a la carte, lunch and brunch, which have proved extremely popular and the business enjoys a loyal and regular clientele from the surrounding area as well as further afield.
The business is also popular with people just having a drink, and offers a large drinks menu with a large selection of draught and bottled beers, wines, whiskys and gins etc, as well as good cocktail selection.
Prominent trading position in Glasgow's West End
The subjects are held on a 20-year, full repairing and insuring (FRI) lease from 28th May 2018, expiring on 27th May 2038, with a current passing rental of £33,750 per annum, subject to 5-yearly reviews.
Freehold offers may be considered