Rare Supermarket With Organic Café, Upmarket Eastern Suburb
Busy, tidy and beautiful super market with organic and conventional concept along with upmarket Organic café is situated in affluent eastern suburb in small shopping centre along with major super market of Sydney. Same owner Operating for the past 10 years.
Owner couple along with the staff operated. Easy to operate, any given time just 2 staff enough to manage the store. Not massive stock levels. No wastage.
Freshly brewed coffee with organic snacks highly popular among the
Organic and conventional groceries and products.
Fruit and Vegetables.
Organic fruit and veggies (pre booked and sold)
Brand new lease offered for 10years with Options for extensions.
Weekly revenue over $28,000 to $30,000.
GP is 50% plus
Rent is Just $2,500/week
Open 7 days a week from 7AM till 8PM, potential to extend hours. Weekend less hours.
Over $1.5 million annual sales.
Full training provided and easy transition.
Very good opportunity for both, owner(couple) operated or Under Management, asking price is $585,000 plus SAV.
All the equipment are owned, Big cool rooms is in good conditions, software, POS system, truck. Total asset Worth over 100,000.
Great Local loyal customer base.
Great business for sale for little price. Weekly net profit for owner operator $6000 plus.
Start online Ecommerce website.
Digital marketing aggressively in social media and door delivery will increase the sales to another $10,000 to $15,000/PW
Wholesale actively with bigger accounts to local cafes and hotels.
Add free range or organic meats, massive demand but current owner is not interested, this will achieve another $10,000 to $12,000/PW business.
Massive potentials all left to new owner how much hungry they are!
Cost to acquire:
Stock= $65,000 +/- 15%
Lease Bond = $50,000.
One-month rent= $10,000 +GST
Broker: Gilraj Venkatappa
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