Available at our Next Auction on Thursday 26th July
Guided at £200,000 – £250,000 (plus fees)
Isle of Man – Historic Tourist Location
Laxey’s Cafe (formerly known as Brown’s) established for over 100 years, is conveniently situated in the shadows of the mighty Laxey Wheel (the largest surviving water wheel of its kind in the world known as Lady Isabella) and the Mines Trail.
The property was originally two houses that have been extended with the ground floor comprising cafe restaurant including open plan seating and private dining areas, servery, preparation area, fully equipped commercial kitchen, store room and ladies/disabled & gents WC. The property also benefits from takeaway licence.
There is also a potential to convert the property back to one or two houses subject to the required planning consents being obtained.
This feat of Victorian engineering and ingenuity also known as The Lady Isabella, served the mine for 70 years and became the Island’s most dramatic tourist attraction.
Watch the mighty wheel turn and climb to the top for panoramic views across Glen Mooar Valley. Beyond the wheel take an hour to explore the mine and the trail to the mine ruins, learning more about the lives of the Laxey miners.
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DD: 0161 830 7477