A huge two-storey bar/restaurant is being built just outside Plymouth – and developers are already looking for someone to run it.
The team behind the conversion of Ivybridge’s Grade II listed Stowford Mill is marketing The Engine House, a 5,000sq ft destination in the heart of what is slated to become an in vogue place to live, eat, drink and shop.
Leading license and leisure property agents Bettesworths has been instructed by developer Burrington Estate to market the property which forms part of a mixed use development, at the former Stowford Mill, nestled in the tranquil Erme Valley and framed by Dartmoor National Park.
The Engine House “character” building is situated in the centre of the Stowford Mill development site. It has two floors of “unique trading and ancillary space” with a further al fresco trading area and car park.
Burrington Estates is seeking an anchor tenant for what it calls a “unique” site and wants to hear from interested operators.
‘The Stowford Mill Development really is an iconic site and the availability of this restaurant/bar in the heart of the development, within this character building is very exciting and is likely to be of interest to both corporate and private operators across the South West region,” said Matt Bettesworths, of Bettesworths, who is handling the laesing of the building.
“As the redevelopment is still at an early stage, the internal layout of the Engine House building is yet to be finalised but offers ample scope and flexibility to tailor create the space to suit operators’ requirements.”
Main image: How Stowford Mill will look when regenerated – Stowford Mill artist impression
Source: Plymouth Live