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Commercial, For Sale, Business, Beauty Health, Bribie Island, Queensland

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9 Toorbul St Bribie Island QLD
$59,000

Beauty Salon with Very Established Clientele. Priced to sell!

This long established business is located in the main Bongaree Shopping Centre on Bribie Island.

Fully fitted out and with a very established clientele list making this is a terrific opportunity to buy into a lifestyle business. 

The current owner is working 25 hours per week, so there is great potential for a new owner to increase net profit if working full time.

The salon has 3 fully functional treatment rooms so plenty of room for expansion of the business. A long lease will be available to the new owner. It has approx $80000 worth in equipment so no need to spend anything.

There are 2 casual employees, plus the owner who are experienced and assist in the day to day running of the business.

There is stock which will be sold at valuation.

 

This long established business is located in the main Bongaree Shopping Centre on Bribie Island.

Fully fitted out and with a very established clientele list making this is a terrific opportunity to buy into a lifestyle business. 

The current owner is working 25 hours per week, so there is great potential for a new owner to increase net profit if working full time.

The salon has 3 fully functional treatment rooms so plenty of room for expansion of the business. A long lease will be available to the new owner. It has approx $80000 worth in equipment so no need to spend anything.

There are 2 casual employees, plus the owner who are experienced and assist in the day to day running of the business.

There is stock which will be sold at valuation.

 

Property Detail

Property ID:

19787

Type:

Commercial

240
Address:

9 Toorbul St Bribie Island QLD

Building Size:

55Square Metres

Car Parking:

yes

Contact The Owner

Keith
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