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Leasehold milkshakes and food cafe Wrexham town Center

Undisclosed, Wrexham
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  • Status

    FOR SALE

  • Date Submitted:

    17/05/22

  • Advert ID

    295449

  • Leasehold: £17,000
  • Rent: £4,800
  • Turnover: £50,000 £962 Per week
  • Net Profit: £50,000 100% Profit margin

Business Details

This Business was set up March 2021 on just eat Wrexham eats own website and app for people to order online for delivery service and also to dine in shop has a front base to work if dine-in tables bar tables and toilet access in the main town area for footfall for students and the public shop has fantastic shops close to there for public access from milkshakes to hot food etc burgers fries hotdogs and so much more this is set up for someone to walk in and start straight away stunning layout on the property with a lease of 12 months and can be renewed to as long as you would like a lovely town Center to be based in a customer already set up there to start straight away.

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