• Annual takings approx. £400,000
• Excellent high street parade location
• Well established business
** New Additional Income ** Well used and well established traditional newsagent and stationers located on a busy parade in affluent West Sussex, situated among other independent, national retailers, banks and estate agents. Advised weekly takings in the region of £7,500 - £8,000. Retirement sale. Leasehold Ref: 43679
***NEW ADDITIONAL INCOME***
***Priced to Sell***
A superb opportunity to purchase a well-established and well used traditional newsagent and stationers situated in Hassocks, West Sussex operating from a prominent parade position among other independent and national retailers on the main high street, this includes a Lloyds and Barclays bank, tea rooms and a number of estate agents.
Hassocks is a large village located approximately 7 miles north of Brighton and is served by its own mainline station which provides a regular service to London Victoria and Brighton. The area is subsequently a hive of activity throughout the day with continual footfall and activity ensuring the business attracts high levels of regular local and passing trade at all times of the day.
We have been advised that Orion News has been trading from the same location for over 30 years and has been owned by our client since 2000. During the current ownership the business has forged strong relationships with the community and is only being offered for sale due to retirement.
Orion News is a thriving business and stocks a good selection of newspapers, magazines, greeting cards, stationery and confectionary although still offers terrific scope to introduce a selection of beers, wines, and spirits and also paper rounds such is the demand.
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