Newsagency Business in highly prominent trading position. Net turnover over £507,000 per annum. Healthy gross & net profits. Opening hours to suit current owners. Lease options also available.
This business occupies the ground floor only of a two storey unit with a 2 bedroomed residential flat above with independent access. The frontage has two large display windows with a centrally positioned doorway.
The shop is well stocked through with a good range of greetings cards, soft drinks, newspapers, magazines, groceries and confectionery. The sales counter is located towards the right hand side to the rear of the property and behind which is a storeroom, kitchen and staff w/c.
Our client has owned and operated this unit for 28 years along with another unit in the town. The business was traditionally a newsagents and although the foundations are still along these lines there is a now a range of groceries available.
The shop is fitted out to a good standard with tiled flooring and suspended ceiling and there is scope for a new owner to develop the existing trade and possibly look at extending the trading hours that our client currently offers with the latest closing time of 5.30pm.
Our client does not offer a PayPoint facility or accept credit cards - therefore there is further opportunities to enhance the level of trade.
Monday to Friday 5.00am to 5.30pm, Saturday 5.00am to 5.00pm, Sunday 5.00am to 3.00pm.
Is accommodation included?:
Included in the sale is the two bedroomed owners accommodation, with independent access, above with large slabbed yard to the rear.
The flat accommodation consists of::-
Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom, 2 Bedrooms, Dining Room/Bedroom 3 and Hall.
This W & S Frew Store is located on Newhouse Road in a densely populated residential area in the Stirlingshire town of Grangemouth. The town lies in the Forth Valley on the banks of the Firth of Forth, 3 miles east of Falkirk, 13 miles south-east of Stirling and 25 miles west of Scotland’s capital Edinburgh.
Grangemouth’s original growth as a town relied mainly on its geographical location. Originally a bustling port where trade flowed through the town with the construction of the Forth & Clyde Canal. Nowadays the economy of Grangemouth is focused primarily on the large petrol chemical industry which includes one of the largest oil refineries in Europe.