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Sweets & Treats, 63-65 Queen Street, Amble


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Business for sale. Gifts, cards & confectionary retail business on main road. Turnover £115,191 per annum. Rent £10,800 per annum.
Long established owner operated business. Open plan retail area. Two storey retail unit (upstairs can be converted back to 3 bedroom flat, stpp & consent). Excellent passing trade. Town centre prime position. Open 6 days a week.Long lease in place. Genuine retirement sale.
Leasehold £45,000 (+sav)
Ref G757

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