Situated in the village of Caergwrle, North Wales
Well established and highly regarded business
Early viewing essential to fully appreciate
Advised annual turnover of £2,000,000
Ideal husband and wife opportunity
Scope for further development
Leasehold option considered
Genuine reason for sale
Meridian Business Sales are delighted to offer to the market this superb filling station and convenience store which has been established since 1955 and has been in the careful hands of our clients for the last 42 years. Our clients are reluctantly offering the business to the market due to a desire to take well deserved retirement. Since our clients took ownership of the business they have undertaken a full programme of refurbishment meaning that the business is in full walk in condition. Our clients inform us that annual turnover currently runs at £2,000,000 which is derived from offering fuel filling facilities with a large open plan covered forecourt coupled with a well presented convenience store (Branded Costcutter) selling a fine range of foods coupled with alcohol. Our clients have worked exceptionally hard on the properties presentation which has resulted in a good quality facility which is enjoyed by locals and village visitors alike. Our clients are very generously including all fixtures and fittings into the sale price which is a huge plus for a new owner as additional funds will not need to be spent for the foreseeable future. This is a superb opportunity to purchase an established business, which is a great base to build upon and as such early viewing is highly recommended as businesses of this calibre rarely stay on the market for long.
This petrol station and convenience store is situated in the semi-rural village of Caergwrle in the North Wales Borderlands within easy reach of the historic Roman City of Chester, the beautiful Vale of Llangollen and the breathtaking Snowdonia. Caergwrle lies on the River Alyn and has a 13th Century ruined castle built by Welsh prince Dafydd. This is an area of natural beauty, which includes the Clwydian Hills; the Dee estuary with its wide beaches and sandy hills; the broad, gentle sweep of the Vale of Clwyd with historic towns such as Ruthin, St Asaph and Denbigh; the Maelor, where the Cheshire Plains transform into the Welsh Hills; Chirk and the beautiful Ceiriog Valley. There are a superb range of local attractions including Erddig Hall, Gardens & Country Park, Greenacres Farm Park, Cheshire Military Museum, Chester Racecourse, Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse, Valle Crucis Abbey and Llangollen's annual International Musical Eisteddfod.
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