Currently run to suite owners pace due to semi-retirement
Situated in the idyllic location of Halfway, Llandovery
Huge potential to develop the business further
Genuine reason for sale due to retirement
Early viewing essential to fully appreciate
Advised annual turnover of £18,000
3 bedroom bungalow
Former petrol station
We are delighted to offer to the market this superb garage services which has been established since 1939 and has been in the careful hands of our clients since 1955. 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 run the business at a pace that suits their lifestyle, meaning that there is massive scope for a new hands on owner operator to further develop the business. Our clients inform us that annual turnover currently runs at £18,000 which is derived from providing car service and repairs facilities. The business enjoys a strong reputation within the local community and as such has a high level of regular and repeat trade. This is a fantastic opportunity for any buyer, as this has bags of potential comprising of the garage, bungalow and additional land adjacent. This is a superb opportunity to purchase a good foundation business with massive development potential and as such early viewing is highly recommended as businesses of this calibre rarely stay on the market for long.
This garage services business is situated just outside the historic market town of Llandovery with a good range of shops, supermarket, butcher, bakery, hairdressers, clothes shop, hardware shop, pubs, restaurants, garage, petrol station, post office, doctors surgery, dentist, veterinary surgery, banks and also the renowned Llandovery College. There is also a station in Llandovery which provides connections to London. In the immediate area there are fine walks, bird watching, cycling, horse riding, motor biking, rifle club, fishing and a couple of miles from the property is Halfway forest where stages for the world rally championships take place. The historic market town of Brecon is also within easy reach, only an estimated thirty minute journey from the property where there are also a good selection of local amenities including several supermarkets, a theatre, a cinema and sports leisure complex and the A40 access provides good links to Cardiff, Bristol and further afield.
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