2 bedroom takeaway for sale

High Street, PE12

£60,000
240 sq. ft.

Property Description

Commercial information

  • Business for sale
  • Use class orders: A5 Hot Food Take away and C3 Dwelling Houses

Key features

  • Successful Town Centre Location
  • Turnover c 5.5K pw
  • Comes with 2 bedroom apartment - inc in the rental figure
  • Within walking distance to the town's park
  • Close to a large residential development plan

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

DESCRIPTION

This Kebab/Pizza/Chicken take-away is situated on the High Street facing the Market Square of this affluent South Lincolnshire town. The population within a 3 mile radius of the shop is approx 10,000.

The business has been run successfully by the owner and his family for the past 8 years. They are selling the shop to be nearer to other family members who live abroad.

POTENTIAL

Further business development may be won using a little 'gentrification'/ modernisation of decor &/or a twist on the menu,

SALES:
We are advised that Turnover in the region of 300k per annum

RENT & RATES:
Rent: 17,000 pa (TBC)
Rateable Value: 7,100
Rates Payable: Potentially 0 - The incoming tenant should enquire if they qualify for SBRR

TRADING HOURS
Monday - Sunday 03:00pm to 11:00pm

STAFF
Managed by the owner and his family.

RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION
The business comes with a spacious 2 bedroom apartment which has its own access via the rear of the building as well as being accessed via the kitchen at the back of the shop.

TENURE
There 13 years remaining on the current lease and we are advised that the contract can be renewed on completion.




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LONG SUTTON

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Long Sutton is a small but attractive market town with a total population of around 9'400, situated in South Holland in the south eastern fringes of Lincolnshire close to the counties of Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.

Long Sutton's main industry is farming the rich arable land that surrounds this market town, which has always contributed to the prosperity of the area, it is reported that as recently as the 1950's, eleven trains would daily transport passengers and local produce to and from the town. Today Small Holders and Farmers rely on road transport to take their produce to market, although the busy Friday Market with a small produce auction remains in the towns market place.

Long Sutton has many examples of fine Georgian architecture, St Mary's Church, is famous for its 13th Century lead-covered timber spire. This is a similar design as Chesterfield's famous twisted spire but Long Sutton's spire still stands straight and true. It is now the highest, oldest and best-preserved lead spire in England and possibly Europe.

Legend has it that Dick Turpin Highwayman stopped in Long Sutton on his legendry overnight ride from London to York hence the name "Swap Coat Lane" a street leading of Market Street, it is said that King Johns jewels were lost in the wash area somewhere around Long Sutton which at that time was an island or costal settlement in the wash.

In the spring and through the summer floral displays adorn the streets and buildings in and around the Market Place and in the High Street, the floral arrangements have helped to earn Long Sutton to be named amongst the 'Best Kept Villages' in Lincolnshire, and has been frequently named best small town in the East Midlands in Bloom competition.

Long Sutton offers more than most small towns or villages in the area when it comes to activities and leisure time interests, Long Sutton has a well-appointed indoor bowling rink, a Popular Masonic Lodge, local league football & Cricket teams, scouts and guides for both young and old, a youth club, along with a Civic Society that has an active interest in preserving interesting landmarks and local services in and around Long Sutton.

Long Sutton is home to one of the largest canning factories in the UK, every day thousands of canned products leave what used to be the Premier Foods factory now Princes to supply the supermarkets and corner shops across the nation. Princes own and distribute many of the brand names that they own from their Long Sutton factory which include Campbell Soups, Batchelors, Homepride, Fray Bentos etc. plus they can many other branded and supermarket own label products at the Long Sutton Factory, Princes is one of the major employer in this region.



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  • Spalding (11.7 mi)
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Nearest station

  • Spalding (11.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Business Connect, Wisbech

20 Clarkson Avenue, Wisbech, PE13 2EQ

01945 757032 Local call rate

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