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LEASEHOLD TEA ROOMS COFFEE SHOP

Sheerness, Kent
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  • Leasehold: £19,950
  • Rent: £8,400
  • Turnover: £50,000 £962 Per week
  • Net Profit: Not Applicable

Business Details

GREAT LOCATION - 22 COVERS (COULD ACCOMMODATE MORE) - TREMENDOUS POTENTIAL - 5 DAY TRADING - SCOPE FOR BREAKFAST TRADE

Location

These well appointed premises occupy a prime trading position in the High Street of this popular Kent town close to the towns main car parks thus enjoying a good volume of passing trade.

Business

Well established, having been in the present hands for some 4 years and now only being marketed as a result of the Vendors wish to retire. Tremendous potential exists for the introduction of breakfast trade and longer opening hours.

Turnover

£1,000 PWK @ 65% G.P.

Staff

Run by Owner and 2 part timers

Hours

10.00am to 4.00pm  Weds to Sun   (Closed Mon and Tues)

Premises

Imposing single fronted premises with seating for 4 to front and single entrance to: Tea Rooms: 22covers at quality furniture, (there is a antique collection of items not included but available at a cost of £5,000) counter with till. Kitchen: St/stl sink, hob, double oven, dishwasher, microwave oven., prep surfaces. Customer/staff W.C and w/basin. Basement: Store area:

Tenure

New 5 year lease available to ingoing tenant                             RENT £8,400 PA. (5 year reviews)

EPC Rating

TBA

Business Rates

Nil currently payable

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