Richmond properties sell for a combined £3.8m

15 June 2006
Richmond properties sell for a combined £3.8m

Property agent AG&G was involved in the sale of two licensed premises in the London borough of Richmond worth a combined £3.8m.

The priciest property was the former Brown's restaurant in Kew Green, which Mitchells & Butlers (advised by Wimpole Property Consultants) sold to the Capital Pub Company off an asking price of £2.3m.

Located in a conservation area close to Kew Gardens and Kew Palace, Brown's is a partially Grade II-listed building spread across four floors.

Along with a 100-seat ground floor restaurant, the property includes a private dining area and a flat on the first floor.

The second property, the Duke of York at 29 Kew Road, sold off a guide price of £1.5m to the Thai Square Restaurant Chain, which owns 12 other restaurants in Central London.

The building, which has a Townscape Merit grading, comprises a ground floor bar with a servery; a first-floor bathroom, office and commercial kitchen; and three bedrooms on the second floor.

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By Angela Frewin

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