The Owl & The Pussycat Restaurant is located in the picturesque Teign Street, just by the junction of Fore Street and Bank Street in the heart of Teignmouth. Its central location is ideal for access to both the ‘Back Beach’ area of Teignmouth and the Seafront and Den.
Teignmouth lies along a stretch of red sandstone coast to the north of the unspoilt estuary of the river Teign in South Devon. The town is both a popular holiday resort with many hotels and guest houses and also a thriving town in which to live and work. Situated 7 miles north of Torquay and 3 miles south of Dawlish, it is a town of two different characters. Along the seaward edge is “the Den”, a large open space with lawns and flower beds running the full length of the town- between the beach and promenade and an elegant crescent of Georgian buildings. The estuary side of the town has a very different atmosphere. Boats rest peacefully in the busy harbour and small passenger ferries take people across the estuary mouth to the quaint, picturesque village of Shaldon, just across the water. The City of Exeter is approximately 15 miles north of Teignmouth with excellent transport links including an international airport and the M5 motorway.
The ground floor premises, currently trading as The Owl & The Pussycat Restaurant, forms part of a Grade II Listed, three storey building, with elegant proportions and feature bay windows with white washed elevations fronting the paved Teign Street. The property benefits from a trade 'courtyard' to the rear with a sunny aspect and the premises has the benefit of a pavement licence.
Internally, the property is beautifully presented having undergone a full refurbishment in 2018. The restaurant space is light and airy with quality finishes and furnishing, together with a focal bar servery. The kitchen facilities are first class and commercial equipped together with ancillary storage and wash up areas. Both Ladies and Gents toilets are also presented to a high standard.
The property is being sold as a lock up unit without the goodwill of the business but to include the valuable trade inventory.