Shock & Horror.
After enjoying their marvellous scones & pies for many years, the Bay Tree is closed until further notice, according to the notice on the door. It appears to have been For Sale recently and this is how it was described by Ray White at Blackheath.
“The Bay Tree Inn” Circa 1882
This historic Mount Victoria property (circa 1882,) is steeped in the local history of the Blue mountains and is being offered as a freehold investment. Visitors and Blue Mountains residents have been patronising the “The Baytree Inn” previously known as “The Baytree Teashop”, since 1962, as a regular venue for breakfast, lunch and dinner and especially for the world famous Devonshire Teas repeatedly listed in The Lonley Planet Guides. The building consists of a large open plan restuarant with three cosy log fires and seating for approximately 60 people.There is a north facing alfresco dining area outside.The commercial kitchen is designed for the chef’s benefit and productivity. The building includes 2 dry stores, large cool room area, office and a seperate original kitchen. Upstairs is a massive loft area offering loads of potential. The sunny rear garden area and land has an original shed, herb/vegetable garden and the massive “Bay Tree” which was planted at the time of the building’s original construction. There is an option to renovate or extend the back of the building, subject to approval.Parking is never a problem at the Baytree and with current tenants in place with a 3×3 year lease this highly successful LICENCED business offers the astute investor an opportunity not to be missed. The cafe/restuarant is also available for sale.