Historic coffee house a hot property

11 May 2006
Historic coffee house a hot property

The leasehold interest of the Georgian Coffee House in the historic town of Woodbridge, Suffolk has sold for close to the asking price of £180,000 through agent Christie +Co.

The traditional coffee shop occupies a Grade ll-listed building in the town's main shopping street.

The property comprises an open-plan restaurant with seating for 48 diners, together with a rear conservatory and covered front terrace.

The new owner is Woodbridge resident Max Moussa, who previously owned a hotel in the west of England. Retiring owner, Yvonne MacAlpine had run the business since 2002.

By Matthew Batham

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