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Leasehold, newly built market stall in the heart of Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
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Leasehold, newly built market stall in the heart of Great Yarmouth
  • Status

    FOR SALE

  • Date Submitted:

    11/05/21

  • Advert ID

    276450

  • Leasehold: Price on Application
  • Turnover: £75,000 £1,442 Per week
  • Net Profit: N/A

Business Details

We are presenting this great opportunity.

Great Yarmouth is a holiday destination of many and for past year has invested in refurbishing our historical Market Place, located right in the heart of sea town, surrounded by all shoping destinations, close to main town car park only five minutes walk to the Beach.

 

The stall will be completly new, to fit everyones imagination with a window facing shops, (Plans available to see on request).

We are currently running a take away food shop, with an agreement in place to run delivery services whole day. Its called Ginger Kitchens. We are not selling a business :) we are happy to free our space, completly new stall our license but the name stayes with us :). We are not quiting a business, in fact we have grew so rapidly we are moving in to a cafe near by, freeing this great spot for someone else who wishes to spread their wings.

We are open to offers, our monthly turnover is between 7,000-10,000, profits available on request.

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