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Commercial, For Sale, Business, Food Hospitality, Bordertown, South Australia

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Bordertown SA
$260,000

Popular Refurbished Freehold Cafe and Florist

What an amazing opportunity to buy a freehold, refurbished premises plus a successful established business for an outstanding price! Buds in Bloom is a unique enterprise, supplying locals and visitors with coffee, cakes and slices, and light meals, as well as being the local florist. This very popular cafe is situated in the town centre, on the main street of Bordertown. Established for 11 years, Buds in Bloom has a great reputation and shows excellent returns, and is offered on a WIWO basis, with a long list of equipment included.The 161.5sqm refurbished premises include the cafe and florist area, undercover verandah, kitchen, storage, outside toilet and lockable shed.With the opportunity to expand the florist business and/or extend the menu and opening hours, this is an excellent investment.

What an amazing opportunity to buy a freehold, refurbished premises plus a successful established business for an outstanding price!


Buds in Bloom is a unique enterprise, supplying locals and visitors with coffee, cakes and slices, and light meals, as well as being the local florist.

This very popular cafe is situated in the town centre, on the main street of Bordertown. Established for 11 years, Buds in Bloom has a great reputation and shows excellent returns, and is offered on a WIWO basis, with a long list of equipment included.

The 161.5sqm refurbished premises include the cafe and florist area, undercover verandah, kitchen, storage, outside toilet and lockable shed.

With the opportunity to expand the florist business and/or extend the menu and opening hours, this is an excellent investment.

Property Detail

Property ID:

17115

Type:

Commercial

240
Address:

Bordertown SA

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