Business Hilton Smythe welcomes to the market Clive Adams Family Butchers.
This long established and highly reputable traditional butcher has been serving the local community since first established in 1897, with our client a highly skilled butcher taking over the business in 1965.
The butchers supplies a range of fresh and locally sourced quality meats, also milk, vegetables, canned groceries and frozen foods. The store is very well known and highly respected in the area seeing much repeat trade and has very little competition in the area.
The store is well presented with a high level of equipment to suit the trade and all included in the sale.
According to the latest set of accounts, the business reported turnover at £52,000, and benefits from low running costs with no business rates and minimal utility costs
The purchaser may wish to canvass local hotels and restaurants in view to becoming their preferred supplier and increase opening hours to further income.
The business genuinely comes to the market as our client looks forward to a well-deserved retirement, and is an ideal purchase for a hands-on Butcher to take over the helm and continue this successful business.
Location Clive Adams Family Butchers is located in the idyllic town of Tonypandy, located at the heart of the community, the business is surrounded by a wealth of residential homes from which the business derives its trade.
Tonypandy is a town in the county borough of Rhondda Cynon Taf, within the historic boundaries of Glamorgan in Wales. The area contains several prehistoric sites including Mynydd y Gelli, which is located to the north-west of the town and is the remains of an iron age settlement. Tonypandy is a financial and social hub, providing services and amenities for the neighbouring communities.
The area of the business is well served by the public transport system, with several bus stops within easy walking distance of the property. The nearest railway station is Dinas, which is approximately 10 minutes' walk away. The area also boasts excellent road links with the A4119 being within easy driving distance, which links to the national A-road and motorway networks. Pontypridd is approximately 5 miles away and Caerphilly is 12½ miles away.
Premises A period style brick built inner terrace with the premises opening out onto the pavement
Shop Window to front creating a light airy interior, tiled floor and walls, brick built window display, two glass fronted and refrigerated serve over counters, suspended ceiling with concealed lighting, glass topped food freezer, butchers block, stainless steel preparation table with storage shelving beneath, freestanding unit for till, two Avery weighing machines, utensil wall storage, hand wash basin and walk in chiller.
Rear preparation area Suspended ceiling, further walk in chiller,3 chest freezers, microwave oven, kettle, tiled floor, fluorescent lighting, mincing machine, stainless steel sink and drainer with gas fired water heater above and cupboard beneath.
Lower Ground There is a lower level storage area with perimeter shelving and steps leading to a rear lobby with door and window to rear and housing a stainless steel industrial cooker with 6 burners and oven beneath.
To the first floor are a number of rooms which were used as living accommodation in the past but which has been empty for many years and in need of full refurbishment. It offers potential as a flat subject to the normal planning permissions and would be suitable either as owner’s accommodation or let out to generate further income.
Tenure We are advised Freehold.
Hours The business opens: -
Monday, Thursday and Sunday 5.30am – 12 noon Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 5.30am – 3.00pm
Staff The business is solely run and managed by our client.
Financial Profile According to the latest set of accounts, the business reported turnover at £52,000, and benefits from low running costs with no business rates and minimal utility costs.