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Luxury Bridal Business , Edinburgh

City of Edinburgh, Edinburgh
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  • Turnover: £220,000 £4,231 Per week
  • Net Profit: Not Applicable

Business Details

A bridal boutique in Edinburgh, filled with stunning collections of designer wedding dresses, bridal gowns and wedding accessories.

A fantastic opportunity to acquire a long established and high-end bridal wear shop in a busy city centre location in the upmarket East End of Edinburgh , close to a new high end shopping centre, Harvey Nichol’s and Louis Vuitton.

Established in 1996  this business is one of Edinburgh’s leading bridal boutiques based in the heart of the city centre. Specialising in made-to-measure bridal designs for the sophisticated bride offering a range of luxury contemporary wedding dresses and accessories under exclusive arrangement with the designers as well as their own bespoke dresses.

The business has a good media presence with a professional website and Facebook, Twitter and Instagram  accounts etc.

The premises are decorated to a very high standard and operate from highly visible double shop front premises with ample room in the rear for fitting, alterations etc.

After 30 years in the business the owner is now  looking to retire but is happy to offer a hand over and also the business employs fully qualified dress makers.

The turnover is approx. £200.000

Rent £27,000 per annum

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