Prime town centre trading position
Immaculately presented throughout
WT £6,500 (25% gross profits) Lotto £2,000
Excellent scope for further growth, Alcohol license granted however not in use.
Ref. 36981 Superbly presented counter newsagents & convenience store, prime town centre position, amongst multiples, Rawtenstall, Lancashire, weekly takings £6500 (25% gross) £2,000 lottery, currently open 6 days on short hours, scope to increase, immaculately fitted throughout including epos system, viewing highly recommended. Leasehold.
This impressive newsagents/convenience store occupies a prime trading position within the bustling and ever popular market town of Rawtenstall which forms part of the Rossendale Valley.
The store is located at the heart of the town centre on the main high street amongst numerous multiple retail outlets also being located in the immediate vicinity.
The area is subsequently a hive of activity with continual footfall throughout the day and enjoys regular local and passing trade from the large volume of people visiting the area, not too mention the shop and office workers who frequent the town on a daily basis.
The imposing single fronted premises provide a spacious sales area which is bright and airy creating a welcoming environment. The business has been fitted throughout to an exceptionally high standard with a comprehensive range of superb quality, expensive fixtures and fitments including a two point EPOS system with scanner facility. The business is a successful and lucrative outlet which is experiencing rapid growth and expansion quite literally on a daily basis.
The business operates short hours, just six days per week only and with no news paper deliveries. This is therefore an ideal opportunity for an ambitious and enthusiastic operative who can continue to develop the business by expanding the opening hours, our clients have recently inroduced the off licence aspect of the trade which would undoubtedly increase the turnover and enhance overall profitability.
Further scope for development lays in the re-introduction of pay point bill payments, which was previously averaging £10,000. This would increase footfall into the shop thus increasing turnover dramatically as well as increasing lottery and commissions, the introduction of new lines to fill empty shelves such as greeting cards, and Introduction of paper deliveries for which there is a large demand.
To fully appreciate this terrific business opportunity, viewing is highly recommended.
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