23 Mains Road Dundee
Subjects are on the ground floor of a traditional stone built, two storey terrace. There is a single display window and mosaic tile frontage. Recessed entrance with double storm doors. Security shutters to front and rear.
Well placed beside the Hilltown Clock in a vibrant area, with a good selection of varied shopping. Adjacent to Strathmartine road which is the main access road to and from the city centre.
Front shop sales area – 142 square feet.
Back shop – 73 square feet.
Toilet – 25 square feet.
Out building 1 – 178 square feet.
Out building 2 – 105 square feet.
The front shop has various wall mounted glazed shelved displays and sales counter/display units. Ice cream, ice lolly and milkshake areas.
The back shop has a double stainless steel sink, telephone point and is fully shelved for storage.
The toilet has a wash hand basin, W.C. and extractor fan.
|Equipment:-||Sold fully fitted. Items include: till, two scales, freezer, fridge, regulator, ice cream cabinet. The classic ‘Edoni’ Ice Cream machine was hand built for the shop in 1966. Security camera with TV monitor and video. Electroguard alam system.|
|Assessment:-||The property qualifies for 100% small business rates relief, therefore rates paid Nil.|
|Price:-||Overs over £50,000 are invited for the acquisition of the heritage, fixtures, fittings and goodwill of the business. Full details of turnover and accounts are readily available to genuinely interested parties.|
|Stock:-||At valuation to be agreed separately.|
Outbuilding 1 – This is a spacious area which could have a variety of uses. Ideally suited to the production of confectionary.
Outbuilding 2 – This is a useful storage area which could possibly be used to develop an internet confectionary internet business. This would be a simple process as you already stock the widest range of weighout confectionary in Tayside.
Full training is freely available, if needed, in operating the business to the required standard.
Ice cream sold 2014 – 7111 litres
Ice cream sold 2015 – 6999 litres
Ice cream sold 2016 – 7533 litres
Ice cream sold 2017 – 6770 litres
The shop has been in the Iannetta family for 70 years. The current owner has enjoyed the experience for the last 20 years, and, it is rare for an Italian Ice Cream shop to come to market. It is a niche market without any competition which draws very good sales from outwith the local area.
The premises are registered with Dundee City Council regulation 4 of the Ice Cream (Scotland) Regulations 1948 ‘for manufacture, storage and sale of Ice Cream’.
Participating in the Food Standards Scotland Scheme hygiene pass certificate 01/06/2017.
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- Attractive Business
- Accounts Available
- Offers Invited
- Established Business
- Fully Fitted
- Unique Business
- Close to Local Amenities
- Retirement Sale
- Small Business