Asking Price €350,000.
• Sale of Antique & Restoration & Export Business
• Very Well Established
• Retirement Sale
• High Turnover & Profits
• Full Training Given
An incredible opportunity to purchase a very well established business of over 12 years with the same owner.
Specialising in the sale of antique European and American furniture of the 18th 19th and up to early 20th century, as well as Clocks and Decorative Arts. The main gallery is in an idyllic setting in Santander, Spain, located ideal location, 2 hours from France and a ferry ride to southern UK. The business exports to the entire world, through reliable and time-tested transporters; packaging is done in house.
The owners of 12 years are now wishing to retire and a full handover and training will be given.
There is scope to increase the business by introducing new lines of antiques, and this is an ideal acquisition opportunity for a current antique dealer or for someone with some knowledge who wants to learn the higher end of the business and add products.
Showroom: 318 s.m all windowed
Workshop: 120 s.m all windowed 2-phase and 3-phase electricity. Installation for absorbing wood dust and separate fine air cleaner. Large collection of antique and modern tools
Storage and photo studio: 104 s.m windowed
Mezzanine storage: 30 s.m
Office: 30 s.m
2 Service bathr. (1 handicapped): 12 s.m
Total approx. 580 s.m. all on one level
There is lots of private open parking for clients as well as area for trailer trucks(containers) to back-up and unload through a large metal door.
Wheelchair access ramp
Fully alarmed with video cameras
Polished concrete floor for easy movement of furniture, most of it covered with oriental rugs.
The sale includes 80,000E worth of specialist machinery.
Licence is in place.
The port city of Santander is the capital of the autonomous community and historical region of Cantabria situated on the north coast of Spain. Located east of Gijón and west of Bilbao, the city has a population of 178,465 (2013). Santander which housed the headquarters of multinational bank Banco Santander, and is the location of the founding of the namesake company. It's now based in Madrid will now be converted into a huge museum (€70 million bank donation). Santander is becoming a art center city with the new Botin Museum and now Santander Museum. It will house the entire bank art collection.