41 High Street Brighton


1263 sqft

£25,000 per annum

  • Rent £25,000 pax
  • 3 months rent free
  • Grade ii listed building


A detached former bank premises previously trading as Costa Coffee. Accessed via a central doorway, the space is predominantly open plan with a W/C, Prep room & storage to the rear. Flint with brick dressings and half-timber, this character building is Grade II listed due to its architectural beauty. The property also benefits from outside space both in front of the unit & to the rear. Some fixtures & fittings can remain in the property for potential suitors.


The subject property is situated on the Western side of The High Street in the picturesque coastal village of Rottingdean. The village has a great history with former residents including Rudyard Kipling & is considered a desirable location to reside. Rottingdean is situated approximately 4 miles to the East of Brighton City centre and can be accessed via the main A259 South Coast Road or alternatively from the north via Woodingdean and the A27. The village has a number of independent occupiers in addition to multiple larger occupiers including Budgens, Tesco and Lloyds pharmacy.


Available by way of assignment of the existing lease for a term of 15 years from 2017 with provision for a rent review on the 5th and 10th anniversary. Subject to status, a rent deposit up to 6 months may be required. 3 months rent free is available subject to incoming tenants status.