31 Main Street
• Licensed CTN with extensive range of greetings cards
• Long established business in good trading position
• Gross internal area approx.80.09 m² (862 sq ft)
• Leasehold sale considered
• Energy Performance Rating Band G
• **PRICE REDUCTION** - Guide Price £85,000
DESCRIPTION - The subjects comprise ground floor retail premises, previously utilised as a bank. The shop has a traditional frontage with timber framed and glazed display windows and a centrally located recessed entrance door. The frontage is protected by remote control security shuttering.
Internally, the subjects are laid out and arranged to provide a large sales area
with office off which leads through to the store room and the safe which remains in situ provides a secure store for off sales and cigarettes. Situated to the rear of the property is a staff area providing kitchenette, store cupboard and WC. There is external access to the rear of the property.
The premises are utilised as a traditional CTN and are fully fitted for this purpose incorporating various shelving and racking for display purposes together with a service counter.
ACCOMMODATION - We would summarise the accommodation as undernoted:-
Sales area, office, stock rooms, kitchenette, and WC.
Gross internal area 80.09 m² (862 sq ft).
The above areas are approximate and provided for information purposes only.
THE BUSINESS - Our client has operated the business for 24 years and is now looking to retire. The business operates as a licensed CTN stocking an extensive range of greetings cards and a selection of groceries.
PayPoint is available and the shop is the CollectPlus agent for the town.
The business is family operated with opening hours currently 6 am – 6 pm, Monday – Saturday and 7 am – 4 pm on Sundays.
Income for the year ended 31 March 2013 was circa £136,000 net of VAT although there is genuine scope to increase sales.
The subjects occupy a prominent position on the West side of Main
Street within Kiilsyth’s pedestrianised town centre. There are two large car parks providing free parking for the town centre nearby.
Kilsyth is situated within North Lanarkshire, between Glasgow and
Stirling which are approximately 17 miles South West and North East respectively. The town is subject to ongoing residential redevelopment and is in close proximity to Croy railway station which is situated on the main Edinburgh to Glasgow route.
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