Guide price £150,000
per year

Weymouth BowlSt. Nicholas Street, Weymouth


    Key features

    • New lease available
    • Prominent position close to Weymouth's key leisure circuit
    • Suitable for a wide range of storage and retail uses
    • Gross Internal Area 18,309 sq ft (1,701 sq m)

    Former Weymouth Bowl to let in prominent position close to Weymouth's key leisure circuit.

    About this property

    • The arena is a standalone building of brick construction with a predominantly pitched roof. The building is three storeys in height and offers a prominent frontage to St Nicholas Street. To the south of the building is a car park with approximately 61 spaces. The ground floor provides a former 18 lane 10 pin bowling alley in an open plan former retail warehouse extending to 17,449 sq ft. The interior is largely fully fitted but could be provided in a shell specification by our clients if required. In addition there is a mezzanine providing office and staff amenity space extending to 860 sq ft.

    Local information

    • The Weymouth Bowl is located on St Nicholas Street in Weymouth, a town in Dorset. Weymouth is approximately 8 miles south of Weymouth and 30 miles west of Poole. The arena is approximately 500 metres from Weymouth Way, the main road running through the town and north of Dorchester.
    • The local area is characterised by independent and corporate food and beverage outlets, with some hotel businesses. Slug & Lettuces, Prezzo, Loungers are located within close proximity.

    Additional information

    • The building is not listed but falls within Weymouth Town Conservation Area. The area is adminstered by Weymouth & Portland District Council.
    • The property does not have a current premises licence.
    • Nil Premium. Rental offers invited of £150,000 per annum considered for a new lease with vacant possession. No trade is sold or warranted. VAT will also be applicable.

    Energy performance

    The subject property has been given a 'F126' Rating. The EPC will be made available to seriously interested parties upon request.