Mason Moore and Vaughan Moore | 2 December 2021
NUNEATON’S former Pizza Hut restaurant may soon have a new lease of life breathed in to it.
Today (2 December), the Free Press had noticed that an ‘under offer’ has been placed atop the town’s former and once-popular Pizza Hut branch, located on Abbey Street, which was closed by bosses of the chain eight years ago, back in 2013.
The property is being marketed by local independent estate agents, Loveitts.
It is ‘under offer’ – meaning that an offer has been accepted, but contracts have not yet been exchanged.
Whilst little is known at this moment in time, a sign which has been displayed in the window, simply reads: “Short term lettings considered”, hinting at the fact it could potentially only be a short-term or temporary letting.
It is unknown as to what could take on the site, but Loveitts have recommended that it could keep it past use as a restaurant, or be transformed into a retail premises.
No further details have been made known at the time of publication, but the Free Press have approached Loveitts for further details.