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Arlingtons, 13 Museum Street, IPSWICH, Suffolk, IP1 1HE

To Let - £45,000 Per Annum excl
For Sale - £650,000

  • Former Arlingtons Ballroom
  • Established restaurant with 150 covers
  • Fully equipped and licenced
  • Many period features including Elizabethan staircase
  • Suit various uses, Subject to Planning

Location

Ipswich is a major county town with a resident population of circa 150,000 people. It benefits from excellent communication links. The property is situated on Museum Street, close to its junction with Arcade Street, Elm Street and Princes Street and the prime town centre shopping area to the north.

Description

This Grade II listed building which dates to 1846, was commissioned as the town's first museum and takes its name from when it was Arlingtons Ballroom.

Internally, there is a magnificent Elizabethan staircase, which we understand originates from Thomas Seckford's Great Place and many period features.

On ground level, there is a fully equipped, open plan bar, retail area, wc's and DDA compliant lift, the first floor comprising the former ballroom plus the gallery providing circa 150 covers. There is a fully equipped kitchen, private dining area and extensive basement.

Contact Details

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Ewan Dodds

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Chief Executive Officer

01206 577667

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