Beauty Salons for sale in East Sussex

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Mr & Mrs Neville (Sept 2013)
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Leasehold Price: £20,000 Price Reduced Annual Turnover: £57,000
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Business Description
Nicely presented tanning shop in a prime trading position. Includes 3 x stand-up tanning booths + 1 x lay-down bed, reception/waiting area, plus further beauty room (now vacant, was let at £2,400pa), store, WC, etc. Current T/O £57,000pa with good profits, easily owner run, trading just 9.30-6pm M-F and 10-6pm Sats, with scope to increase hours, if desired. Website and computerised record of 8,000+ clients. Also sells sun lotions & creams. Easy biz for owner-operator or couple. Retirement sale.
Trading Hours:
9.30am to 6pm Monday to Friday, and from 10am to 6pm on Saturdays,

Number of Employees:
run by the owner with part-time help on certain days.

Tenure: Leasehold

Location Details:
This ideally located business is situated in the centre of the rapidly growing seaside resort town of Hastings in East Sussex only a few minutes' walk from the Priory Meadow shopping centre. Nearby major businesses include the likes of Barclays, Debenhams, Natwest and the popular Priory Meadow shopping centre. The location is also particularly well suited for the business with lots of nearby office workers and substantial regular passing trade.

Hastings, which is very well known for its seafront, fishing boats, tourist attractions, and antique and bric-a-brac shops, is also very close to the nearby historic towns of Battle (where the famous Hastings 1066 Battle occurred), Bodiam (with its 14th century castle) and Burwash where Rudyard Kipling's home, Bateman's can be found.

The beautiful sandy beach and nature reserve at Camber sands are both close by, as is the historical town of Rye. Visitors to the area can also follow in William the Conqueror's footsteps from Pevensey to Rye on the Hastings 1066 country walk.

Gourmets can enjoy Hastings Stade (Saxon for 'landing place') beach to get the freshest local fish and visit the fisherman's museum, shipwreck and coastal heritage centre.

Excellent British bubbly and wine can also be enjoyed at local vineyards like Sedlescombe organic vineyard and Carr Taylor which are only a short drive away. Investment in the area continues to increase with the pier regeneration, the Jerwood art gallery and new Bexhill to Hastings link road that is anticipated to bring substantial improvements and further on-going investment.

Leasehold Term:
There is a secure automatically renewable lease with approximately 3 years remaining on the current term with an annual rent of £20,000.


Listed by: Adams & Co
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