Trading as a Costcutter, J. Thoma & Sons has an eye-catching frontage on the High Street with a decorated glazed exterior and signage above. The shop sits at the end of a terrace with complimentary commercial businesses alongside and residential accommodation above. There is a selection of free parking on the High Street with additional car parks just off.
Our clients have owned and operated this business since May 2014 having relocated to the area. It has now been placed on the market to allow the owner to retire and for other members of the family to pursue a different occupation.
The business is run entirely by family, therefore the purchaser will have no requirement to take on any existing staff.
The business currently offers a good range of newspapers and magazines along with confectionery, soft drinks and tobacco products. Also on offer is a limited range of convenience products and alcohol.
The shop is in decent condition throughout and would suit an incoming operator looking for a “hands on”business with potential to develop.
J. Thoma & Sons offers a PayPoint facility and has no newspaper deliveries in its weekly news bill of approximately £750.
If this business is of interest to please contact Cornerstone Business Agents on 0131 445 7222 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday to Saturday - 6.00am to 5.30pm
Sunday - 6.00am to 4.00pm
Number of Employees: None - entirely run by family.
Thoma & Sons occupies a prominent position towards the centre of the High Street in the Scottish Borders town of Hawick.
A highly visible corner site on Walters Wynd, the business occupies the ground floor only of a four storey property with residential property above.
Hawick has a population of around 14,000 and is the largest town in the Scottish Borders. It lies on the River Teviot where it is joined by the Slitrig Water and originally made its name with its connection to the textile industry. It is also renowned for its rugby history with many international players coming from the town.
Scotland’s capital Edinburgh is easily reachable via the A7 or A68 within, approximately, an 80 minute drive.
Other surrounding towns in the Borders are Jedburgh, Galashiels, Melrose and Kelso with Carlisle approximately a one hour drive to the south-west.
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