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Business Code: F3342

Key Features: Espresso - Sales $8000 p.w - Central Coast Nsw - Net $3,000 pw

State: NSW

Location: Beautifully presented kiosk in prominent centered location in large open foodcourt in Central Coast.

Description

Cafe - takeaway - kiosk serving 32 kgs. coffee p.w., raisin toast, bacon and egg rolls, sandwiches, salads , muffins, cakes and cold drinks. - The business is part of licensed group of cafes run under the same business name. - There is an on going weekly licence fee of $400 p.w. plus gst for use of the concept which is similar to a franchise but not one.

Summary

  • Features: Major shopping centre close to railway station - No heavy cooking - Easy operation -
  • Potential: Great potential for an owner operator to increase the weekly sales of the business as working owners bring a more personable approach when interacting with customers.
  • Premises: Open free standing kiosk in excellent condition with an area of 25 sq. mts. - no heavy cooking permitted .
  • Trading Hours: 6 days - Mon. to Fri. - 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. - Thurs. - 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. - Sat. - 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. - Closed Sundays.
  • Lease: Current lease expires Oct. 2023 - 3 month bond - C.P.I.annual rental increases.
  • Employees: Currently run under full management - Profit shown is based on two owners running the business with casuals as required .
  • Comments: The sale price includes coffee machine and grinder. - Misc. - 1 - weekly licence fee.

Weekly Summary

Weekly Takings (inc GST)

$8,000

Cost of Goods

$2,400

Gross Profit

$5,600

Rent

$1,000

Wages

$750

Telephone

$20

Insurance

$70

Electricity

$250

Misc1

$400

Misc2

$110

Total Expenses

$2,600

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$3,000

Net Profit

$3,000

Price

$120,000

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NSW (02) 9439 4403

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Cafe - Espresso - Takeaway - Kiosk

Business Code: F3342
Price: $120,000

Key Features: Espresso - Sales $8000 p.w - Central Coast Nsw - Net $3,000 pw

State: NSW

Location: Beautifully presented kiosk in prominent centered location in large open foodcourt in Central Coast.

Description

Cafe - takeaway - kiosk serving 32 kgs. coffee p.w., raisin toast, bacon and egg rolls, sandwiches, salads , muffins, cakes and cold drinks. - The business is part of licensed group of cafes run under the same business name. - There is an on going weekly licence fee of $400 p.w. plus gst for use of the concept which is similar to a franchise but not one.

Summary

  • Features: Major shopping centre close to railway station - No heavy cooking - Easy operation -
  • Potential: Great potential for an owner operator to increase the weekly sales of the business as working owners bring a more personable approach when interacting with customers.
  • Premises: Open free standing kiosk in excellent condition with an area of 25 sq. mts. - no heavy cooking permitted .
  • Trading Hours: 6 days - Mon. to Fri. - 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. - Thurs. - 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. - Sat. - 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. - Closed Sundays.
  • Lease: Current lease expires Oct. 2023 - 3 month bond - C.P.I.annual rental increases.
  • Employees: Currently run under full management - Profit shown is based on two owners running the business with casuals as required .
  • Comments: The sale price includes coffee machine and grinder. - Misc. - 1 - weekly licence fee.

Weekly Summary

Weekly Takings
(inc GST)

$8,000

Cost of Goods

$2,400

Gross Profit

$5,600

Rent (ex GST)

$1,000

Wages

$750

Telephone

$20

Insurance

$70

Electricity

$250

Misc1

$400

Misc2

$110

Total Expenses

$2,600

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$3,000

Net Profit

$3,000

Price

$120,000

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