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Centrally Based Coffee Shop Eatery Basildon Essex

Location This business is situated in a prime location in the Basildon Town centre. It has a very high footfall and is close to local banks and an Estate agent. The whole area is undergoing a regeneration programme and there is public...

Location: Basildon, Essex, England

Search categories: Coffee Shops, Cafes, Restaurants

  • L/H Price £44,995
  • Annual T/O £120,000
Leasehold Pasty & Sandwich Bar Takeaway Located In Evesham

Veritas Business Sales are delighted to offer for sale this delightful Pasty Shop & takeaway which is located in Evesham town centre. The business was established by my client back in 2014 and has been in his careful hands ever since....

Location: Evesham, Worcestershire, England

Search categories: Coffee Shops, Other food service businesses, Restaurants, Takeaways (Other)

  • L/H Price £59,950
  • Annual T/O £126,373
Central trading position

Well maintained and presented unit with open plan split level car showroom with large floor to ceiling glass sliding doors to front, management office and parking for circa 13 vehicles in total. The unit benefits from a new roof &...

Location: Torquay, Devon, England

Search categories: Industrial Units

  • L/H Price £6,500 per annum
Prime position located along Steamer Quay

The available office accommodation is situated on the ground and first floor of this purpose-built block in a riverside position. Accommodation briefly comprises 5 self-contained office suites over the 2 floors with ancillary areas. The...

Location: Totnes, Devon, England

Search categories: Office Space

  • L/H Price £10,000 per annum
Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty

A late Victorian semi-detached property in a large plot with mature garden. 3-storey in height, under pitched slate roofs with later extension to the side, all with a painted render finish. Briefly comprising 7 en-suite letting rooms,...

Location: Kingsbridge, Devon, England

Search categories: Hotels and Motels

  • F/H Price £695,000 guide price
14 en-suite letting rooms

A substantial 3-storey semi-detached Victorian property with painted render under a tile roof. Briefly comprising 14 en-suite letting rooms, reception, bar, restaurant (26), guest lounge and games area, commercial kitchen, conservatory,...

Location: Torquay, Devon, England

Search categories: Hotels and Motels

  • F/H Price £625,000 guide price
Prominent high street position within Brixham

Delightful high street café premises situated on the main shopping thoroughfare briefly comprising ground floor internal trading area for circa (40) internally, circa (10) externally, corner bar servery, commercial kitchen, wash-up, WC's and...

Location: Brixham, Devon, England

Search categories: Restaurants

  • L/H Price £18,000 per annum
Prominent roadside position in South East Cornwall

The property briefly comprises of ground floor bar (26), lounge bar (12), restaurant (22), library (4), commercial kitchen, WC's, and barn over the ground floor with the "Long room" (25), ancillary owner's accommodation and 5 letting...

Location: Cornwall, England

Search categories: Pubs

  • F/H Price £395,000 guide price
Full of character at the heart of Knowle village

A substantial 2-storey property under a pitched roof with later extension to the rear and painted render finish. Lovely decked beer garden with 7 picnic benches (54) and enclosed smoking shelter. Extensive owner's accommodation comprising...

Location: Braunton, Devon, England

Search categories: Pubs

  • L/H Price £31,000 per annum
Former Devon Longhouse dating back to 825AD

Reputed to date back to 825AD, The Cridford Inn is believed to be one of the oldest dwellings in Devon and was once a former Devon Longhouse. Having also served as a nunnery and a farm, it was remodelled in 1081 and is now a quintessential...

Location: Newton Abbot, Devon, England

Search categories: Pubs

  • Alternative community use would be considered

Undoubtedly one of the landmark buildings in Great Yarmouth and located at the gateway entrance to the town, this famous restaurant has been in the same hands since 1979. Enjoying a high reputation for the quality of its food, wines and...

Location: Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England

Search categories: Seafood Restaurants, Restaurants

  • F/H Price £399,950

South of UK. T/O exceeded £337k. Projected turnover at £364k. Offers MOTs, repair, servicing for all makes and models of cars. Knowledgeable second-tier management team with the experience to continue day-to-day operations. High...

Location: South East England

Search categories: Garages, MOT Garages, Motor Accessory Shops, Automotive Services Businesses

  • L/H Price £200,000+ asset value
  • Annual T/O £337,000

South Manchester. T/O £220,000. Centre location. Well established for over 6 years. Good reputation and repeat custom. Alcohol licence. Provides a strong turnover and profit margins. Leasehold. Rent £16,800pa. Offers over...

Location: North West England

Search categories: Restaurants, Wine bars, Spanish Restaurants

  • L/H Price Offers over £130,000
  • Annual T/O £220,000
Morecambe, Lancashire LA4 4EP

Sea front 29 en-suite bedroom hotel. May suit alternative use Davy Jones bar. Waterfront dining room (65) Clarendon Lounge bar (26). Grange meeting room (40) Silverdale Function Suite (30). Owners accommodation Car Park (22). Small beer...

Location: Morecambe, Lancashire, England

Search categories: Hotels and Motels

  • F/H Price £725,000
Multifaceted Café in Durham

For approximately three years, the business has been trading as a quaint village café, also encompassing a gift shop offering unique keepsakes made by local artists and craftspeople. Using locally sourced ingredients to lovingly craft...

Location: Durham, England

Search categories: Cafes, Coffee Shops, Other food service businesses, Hotels and Motels

  • L/H Price £65,000
  • Annual T/O £90,000
Popular Pub in Leicester

Available to acquire is this well-established pub centrally situated in Leicester, catering for a returning local customer base. Established in 2010, and under the current ownership since 2017, the business has enjoyed steady growth and...

Location: Leicester, Leicestershire, England

Search categories: Bars, Public Houses, Restaurants, Pubs

  • L/H Price £80,000
  • Annual T/O £364,000
Reputable, High Quality Care Agency

Intelligent Care are pleased to offer to the market this excellent opportunity for an interested individual to acquire an established care agency, which boasts a great reputation and stable relations with its clients and the local...

Location: Surrey, England

Search categories: Care Agencies, Other Service Businesses, Medical / Health businesses, Nursing/Care Homes, Residential Care Homes

  • Asking price £370,000
  • Annual T/O £450,000
Highly Profitable Restaurant in Centre of Greenock

Central Business Sales is delighted to the market a very well established and popular tradition restaurant located in a busy town centre location. This is a popular daytime restaurant with an excellent reputation and a large repeat customer...

Location: Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland

Search categories: Restaurants, Bistros, Cafes, Takeaways (Other)

  • L/H Price £35,000

LICENSED RESTAURANT, OCCUPYING A PROMINENT CORNER SITE, SOUGHT AFTER FASHIONABLE THORO’FARE, CITY CENTRE, SOUTHAMPTON. Currently trading as a Chinese Restaurant but suitable for many styles of cuisine. Character prop. has imposing portico...

Location: Southampton, Hampshire, England

Search categories: Chinese Restaurants, Chinese Takeaways, Thai Restaurants, Restaurants, Bistros

  • L/H Price £50,000
  • Weekly T/O £4,000

GRADE II LISTED COFFEE SHOP (WITH RESTAURANT LIC & A1 USE), AMIDST CONSERVATION AREA, IN HISTORIC CATHEDRAL CITY CENTRE, WINCHESTER. Character Georgian bldg, circa 1833. Just off multiple High St. Simply decorated with wooden tables &...

Location: Winchester, Hampshire, England

Search categories: Coffee Shops, Tea Rooms, Cafes, Restaurants, Sandwich Shops

  • L/H Price £160,000
  • Weekly T/O £8,000

Buying a commercial property

Buying commercial property as an investment, or buying a business that owns commercial property, can prove very lucrative in a number of ways. When bought with an existing business, commercial property offers the new business owner a tangible, bricks-and-mortar asset to complement the fluid and changing earnings pattern of a going concern, which can help the business buyer to secure the finance needed to make their purchase. When bought as a standalone investment, commercial property can offer the investor the reliable income of a monthly or quarterly rent from a commercial tenant, as well as any gains from the potential increase in the value of the property in a rising market (otherwise known as ‘appreciation’). There are no guarantees that the property can always be rented, or that the building(s) will always appreciate in value, so it’s important to seek professional advice before committing to buy a commercial property. 
Commercial property in the UK is categorised using a range of specific planning rules; property is assigned at least one ‘use class’, which determines what kind of business can operate from that premises. To operate a solicitor’s office, for instance, the building must have A2 planning permission, whereas if you want to run a storage warehouse you’ll need B8 planning permission. Each business type tends to have its own specific use class, so if you are thinking of buying a property and running a different kind of business to what’s in the building already, it’s likely you will have to apply to the local authority regarding the change of use.
Commercial property can be grouped broadly into two types of ownership: freehold and leasehold. If you buy a “Freehold” property, you own the property outright and the land and buildings, trees etc. on it are 100% yours; you have no service charges or ground rents to pay. If you buy a “Leasehold” property, you are buying the right to rent that property, at an agreed rate, for an agreed term. The rent itself could be very small (sometimes it’s a “peppercorn rent”, where you are obliged to pay 1 peppercorn every year to rent the land), and the terms of the lease / rental agreement can be very long (e.g. 999 years), so in practice, the two ownership statuses can be very similar; it depends on the terms of the lease. If you have any questions about the tenure of a property you wish to buy, the seller will be able to provide you with further information relevant to that particular property.
Commercial property can sometimes be bought as part of a personal pension. Seek qualified advice if you are thinking of following this route, as there are a lot of very specific rules that you must follow if you want certain commercial property investments to qualify as part of a SIPP or similar personal pension investment.