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Polly Franey (July 2015)
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Leasehold Price: £49,995 Annual Turnover: £117,391
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Highly profitable GIFT GALLERY, desirable CHRISTCHURCH town centre, occupying one of the best trading positions in the town, close priory and attractions, ensures masses of pedestrian foot flow. Stylish contemporary premises, refurbished in recent years, immaculately presented, comprehensively fitted and equipped with abundance of glazed display cabinets and shelving, additional storage, useful office, kitchen and cloakroom facilities, owners car parking, no expenditure required. Popular business with sound following, retailing gifts for the home and for all occasions, includes wide range of affordable fashion jewellery proving lucrative, exclusivity held in the area for some gift ranges considered valuable. Impressive trading performance, Sales 2016 £117,391 ex Vat, Gross Profit £84,200 (72%), Net Profits approaching £50,000, easily manageable business, benefits from low stock holding of just over £5,000, can be operated by one person. Leasehold £49,995 sav Ref: MG/J32725R

Tenure: Leasehold

Listed by: Everett Masson and Furby
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