Foodworks Supermarket For Sale Northern NSW

28 days ago

Location:
Gold Coast > Queensland

Investment level:
$995,000 + SAV

Type:
Business

Industry:
Retail > Convenience, Grocery & Liquor stores > Supermarket

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Summary

With the ‘Lowest rent guaranteed’ This Foodworks supermarket is only a stone throw from some of the best beaches and waterways in NSW. Contact Mathew Hartley today to find out more information today.

About the Business

Foodworks Supermarket For Sale

Northern NSW

Located only 30 minutes’ drive South of Tweed Heads CBD, in a picturesque coastal town that is popular with holiday makers and tourists. This supermarket is well-presented with a recent refurbishment and is the main tenant of a very busy shopping strip. Only a stone throw from some of the best beaches and waterways in NSW. ‘Lowest rent guaranteed’ Key Points:

- Well-established shopping centre

- Excellent presentation, low maintenance store

- Experienced-trained staff in place

- Nearby competition already established

- Major Growing RESIDENTIAL area

- Ample Car parking

- Near new plant & equipment

Business Snapshot:

- Weekly Average Sales- $85,589

- Average GP (Gross Profit) of 25.5%

- Store size- 536sqm

- Long Lease in place, with 3 x 5-year options

- Current Rent- $8,750.00 + GST

- Fully Managed

This Business is for sale @ $995,000 + Stock * Own Due Diligence required To find out more about this exciting opportunity, and further details on this store, please contact Mathew Hartley on 0400 412 593 Email: mathew@benchmarkbusiness.com.au www.benchmarkbusiness.com.au REIQ BUSINESS BROKER OF THE YEAR 2017 Benchmark Business Sales & Valuations DISCLAIMER: The business images shown are for illustration purposes only and may not be an exact representation of the business.

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