A busy Post Office including two Outreach offices generating income of around £62,000 per annum with two bedroomed owners’ flat above.
Galloway Street Post Office is situated in the county town of Dumfries which itself has a population of around 43,000 and is the administrative centre for the south-west of Scotland.
The Post Office is situated in the Maxwelltown area close to the town centre in a popular residential area.
A long established Post Office, the shop opens during standard Post Office hours with each of the Outreach Post Offices operating two days per week and are run by previous Post Office employees.
The owners’ flat offers two double bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and boxroom. It should be noted that the current proprietor lets out the flat generating additional income of around £5,000 p.a.
Dumfries offers great facilities for residents including excellent schooling and recreational facilities.
Current EPC energy rating - G.
If this business is of interest to you, please request full Sales Particulars or alternatively contact Cornerstone Business Agents on 0131 445 7222 or by email to email@example.com.
The Post Office operates standard Post Office hours from 9am to 5.30pm during the week and from 9am to 12.30pm on a Saturday.
Number of Employees:
Run by the proprietor who employs two ex-PO employees for the Outreach service.
Number of bedrooms: 2
The owners’ flat is situated above the Post Office and has its own separate external entrance. The flat is laid out to offer two double bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and boxroom. The current proprietor does not reside within the flat and this is currently let attracting a further income of around £5,000 p.a.
The County town of Dumfries is situated in the south of Scotland and is the administrative centre for the region. The town is approx. 40 minutes’ drive from the City of Carlisle and around 1.5 hours’ drive from both Glasgow and Edinburgh. The population is around 43,000 and there are an excellent range of facilities for locals such as highly regarding schooling, leisure centre, three golf courses, ice rink etc. The town also draws many tourists every year due to its strong links with Scotland’s national poet Robert Burns who lived in Dumfries and is buried in St. Michael’s Churchyard in the town.
Downloadable Documents Sign In / Register to view
• Enviable Location • Licenced • Long established • A Well Performing Grocers Within Popular Locale The s...More Details
CCL is delighted to offer for sale Auldgirth Village Post Office, Store and Tea Room; a wonderful lifestyle...More Details
BUSINESS Hilton Smythe welcomes to the market Gatehouse Store Ltd. This multi-facet business was ori...More Details