12 October 2016

Freehold nightclub premises, Eastbourne - sold

Freehold nightclub premises, Eastbourne - sold

Commercial property, 2a-2c Pevensey Road, Eastbourne recently sold. The property was sold with the potential for alternative uses (subject to planning) and was sold with vacant possession.


Eastbourne is a seaside resort lying about 19 miles east of Brighton and 17 miles west of Hastings. It has a population of about 101,500 (2014 estimate), which swells in the summer months through the influx of tourists. The town lies to the south of the A27, which is the main trunk road serving the south coast of England with access to the town centre being via the A2270 and A259. Eastbourne railway station provides regional rail links as well as direct services to London (Victoria).
Pevensey Road lies in the town centre and is centrally located in the main leisure circuit of the town. The property lies on the north side of the road close to other leisure operators including Curzon Cinema and Leo Bingo Hall. The Arndale shopping centre is also close by.


The property comprises a mid terraced building of traditional construction beneath a pitched roof. The building is arranged over basement, ground and two upper floors and is currently fitted out as a nightclub. There is ancillary office accommodation on the second floor and a roof top decked area. The property may suit alternative uses, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.

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Source: Land Registry