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Newton Abbot, Devon

£55,000 Leasehold Ref: 4898
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The Pharmacy Café is located within an iconic premises. The original pharmacy was opened in 1877 by John Biddings who dispensed ‘pills, potions and posh perfumes’ to the general public. The original decorative frontage remains along with the mosaic tiled floor, which was fitted by Italian craftsmen, and the Honduras mahogany cabinets which housed the many pills and potions. The cafe, which trades from 9am – 4pm (3pm for food orders) Monday-Saturday, offers a range of freshly prepared breakfasts and lighter bites, sandwiches, panini’s, salads, soups and jacket potatoes alongside homemade scones, cream teas and cakes all prepared in the well equipped commercial kitchen.

The Pharmacy Café is located on Queen Street, a thriving area of Newton Abbot offering a variety of occupiers including independent retailers, restaurants & takeaways, health & beauty and offices. Queen Street is close to the Town Centre and Newton Abbot Railway Station and connects the pedestrianised Courtenay Street with The Avenue. The street has the benefit of metered on street parking and the large ‘pay and display’ Cricket Field carpark is within a short walking distance.

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