• Weekly Turnover £12,500, Lottery £3,000
• Fitted to good standard throughout
• Viewing highly recommended
Off Licence/Convenience Store, prominent main road position, Stockport – Wt £12,500, Lottery £3,000, Paypoint £7,000, superbly fitted, spacious, well presented 4 bed s/c family accommodation, rare opportunity, viewing a must. Freehold Ref 40700
This well established Convenience Store occupies a monopoly position. The store is situated within a well populated predominantly residential area and the business therefore attracts regular local trade.
The business operates from highly visible and impressive double fronted shop premises which provide spacious and versatile ground floor retail accommodation. The store retails an extensive range of dairy products, sandwiches, frozen and convenience foods, soft drinks, traditional beers, wines, spirits, and confectionery.
Having been in present ownership for many years, this well known business has earned an enviable reputation in the locality with an extensive and loyal customer base. The imposing premises provide a spacious sales area which is fitted to a high standard with an extensive range of good quality fixtures and fitments, CCTV and ample refrigeration.
This convenience store is a thriving and highly successful business, which would ideally suit an expanding family who can continue to develop and improve the business whilst eliminating additional staffing levels and overheads, therefore maximising overall profitability.
This is a truly rare opportunity to acquire an exceptional and extremely lucrative business with a bright and exciting future and viewing is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
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