A unique opportunity for a local café, shop or restaurant is available at King Edward VII Estate’s majestic Grade II* listed chapel.
City & Country has expertly restored the historic chapel and now the property can be leased as a whole or in part.
The chapel is one of the key features of the historic Arts & Crafts estate and is of particular historical value. It features beautiful stained glass windows - hailed for their simplicity in elegance and colour - as well as an extensive use of stonework, lead work and specialist cornicing inside the large vaulted spaces.
City & Country has expertly restored these features, creating a visual centrepiece within the Estate and a striking location for a local business.
The accommodation is split over two floors with the ground level well suited for a café/shop area, with the basement level providing additional kitchen, storage and staff areas. The chapel benefits from natural light via large Georgian windows and doors that open onto a terrace that runs parallel to the building. This space provides superb al fresco seating and dining opportunities.
“The chapel is such a visually striking building and our vision for it has always been to see it used as a shop, café or restaurant, serving both the Estate’s residents and also the general public. As restoration work to the wider Estate continues there is now a burgeoning community of residents and visitors, so these premises will have excellent levels of footfall throughout the year, making them an attractive proposition for local retailers.” says Suzanne Aplin, Sales & Marketing Director at City & Country.