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Commercial, For Sale, Business, Food Hospitality, Ardlethan, New South Wales

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34 Ariah Street Ardlethan NSW
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COUNTRY IGA SUPERMARKET

This is an excellent opportunity to purchase a small country IGA supermarket, located in the Riverina NSW.  Easy to run business, ideal for a couple with casual staff, or even as a small family business.   The business trades 5.5 days per week and closes on public holidays and has a current turnover around $1.9m per annum.    It is a good viable business with large farming and town community support. This FREEHOLD purchase includes:- The supermarket and its freehold title Additional adjoining commercial block (currently used for storage) Liquor licence. All fixtures and fittings Stock will be sold at valuation (Approximately $150,000). The business offers sole trade in a small town and is 1 hour from other competitors.  A great country lifestyle in a well serviced town.  Relaxed atmosph

This is an excellent opportunity to purchase a small country IGA supermarket, located in the Riverina NSW.  Easy to run business, ideal for a couple with casual staff, or even as a small family business.  

The business trades 5.5 days per week and closes on public holidays and has a current turnover around $1.9m per annum.    It is a good viable business with large farming and town community support.

This FREEHOLD purchase includes:-

  • The supermarket and its freehold title
  • Additional adjoining commercial block (currently used for storage)
  • Liquor licence.
  • All fixtures and fittings
  • Stock will be sold at valuation (Approximately $150,000).

The business offers sole trade in a small town and is 1 hour from other competitors.  A great country lifestyle in a well serviced town.  Relaxed atmosphere and a lovely community of people.

Property Detail

Property ID:

13832

Type:

Commercial

240
Address:

34 Ariah Street Ardlethan NSW

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