A Glasgow cafe has been put on the market after owners announced plans to close after 23 years.

Tchai-Ovna House of Tea, based in the West End of the city, previously announced that they will be closing their doors on Monday, July 31. 

The tea room, which was set up back in 2000, has been known for serving over 80 teas from all over the world, as well as food.

Now the owners have revealed that they have put the building up for sale. 

They describe it as "the perfect habitat for another tea room/cafe or to create your very own nest."

It adds: "The Tchai-Ovna premises is a former stables lovingly restored and converted in 2000 to a tea shop which captures the magic of its 250-year history. Set in the heart of Glasgow's West End is a commercial premises, trading with class 3 limited consent, but it also presents a great opportunity to be converted into a quirky abode."

While the tea shop is closing at the end of the month, owners reassured loyal customers that they can still buy their products online and in other retailers, cafes and at pop-up stalls.

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