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A popular riverside cafe in Radnor Gardens at Cross Deep, Twickenham is available to let.

The single storey building has a flat roof dating back to the 30’s with a modern metal gazebo providing a covered area for customer seating.

The cafe was known as Antipodean and owned by an Australian chain. Several incidents of vandalism were reported before its closure in March last year.

Internally the premises provides a small lobby area leading on to the kitchen and preparation space.

There is no internal customer seating although the covered area has space for about 22 covers. There is toilet which is accessed outside.

The premises are available to be let for use as a cafe within Planning Use Class E. It is 325 sq ft and can be used for the sale of food, snacks and hot and cold drinks.

The restaurant overlooks the Thames at Cross and is popular with local families using Radnor Gardens and its playground but had become a target for young thieves and vandals.

A specific price is not available but according to estate agents Avison Young when the first expressions of interests have been scored, the top scoring interested parties will be invited to make a ‘best and final’ rental offer.

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