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Business Code: SFH1010

Key Features: Sales $13,500 p.w. Netts $2,489 p.w. - Well established - Easy to run

State: NSW

Suburb: Darlinghurst, 2010

Location: Situated in a busy entertainment precinct and surrounded by hotels, pubs, restaurants, apartments, commercial, retail and residential in the City Fringe.

Description

Convenience store selling range of drinks, confectionery, ice cream, cigarettes, opal cards and some pharmaceuticals. - CCTV - Fully equipped with 2 air conditioners, 5 fridges, 3 freezers (1 ice freezer), storage space, open display fridge and metal shelves. -Toilet and secured parking.

Summary

  • Features: Easy operation - Nothing to spend - High foot traffic - Great location - Established over 22 years with same owner.
  • Potential: An owner operator could save on wages and increase profit. - Add coffee - Expand product range.
  • Premises: This business has an area of 80m2.
  • Trading Hours: 7 days - Sun. - Thurs. - 7.30 a.m. - 12 a.m. - Fri. - Sat. - 7.30 a.m. - 2 a.m.
  • Lease: Current lease expires June, 2020 + 3 year option - C.P.I. increases and 3 months bond.
  • Employees: 1 full-time Manager + 1 part-time owner+ 2 casuals.
  • Comments: Misc.- 1 - Other general expenses and GST. - Outgoings included in the rent - Managers wage of $1,000 has been removed and shown in net profit as if for an owner operator. - Great opportunity to purchase an easy business to operate. - Very well priced. - A must to inspect.

Weekly Summary

Weekly Takings (inc GST)

$13,500

Cost of Goods

$7,500

Gross Profit

$6,000

Rent

$1,596

Wages

$1,500

Telephone

$15

Insurance

$50

Electricity

$250

Misc1

$100

Total Expenses

$3,511

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$50,000

Net Profit

$2,489

Price

$70,000

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NSW (02) 9439 4403

QLD / VIC 1300 366 655

Email sales@sbx.com.au

Convenience Store - Retail - Under Management

Business Code: SFH1010
Price: $70,000

Key Features: Sales $13,500 p.w. Netts $2,489 p.w. - Well established - Easy to run

State: NSW

Suburb: Darlinghurst, 2010

Location: Situated in a busy entertainment precinct and surrounded by hotels, pubs, restaurants, apartments, commercial, retail and residential in the City Fringe.

Description

Convenience store selling range of drinks, confectionery, ice cream, cigarettes, opal cards and some pharmaceuticals. - CCTV - Fully equipped with 2 air conditioners, 5 fridges, 3 freezers (1 ice freezer), storage space, open display fridge and metal shelves. -Toilet and secured parking.

Summary

  • Features: Easy operation - Nothing to spend - High foot traffic - Great location - Established over 22 years with same owner.
  • Potential: An owner operator could save on wages and increase profit. - Add coffee - Expand product range.
  • Premises: This business has an area of 80m2.
  • Trading Hours: 7 days - Sun. - Thurs. - 7.30 a.m. - 12 a.m. - Fri. - Sat. - 7.30 a.m. - 2 a.m.
  • Lease: Current lease expires June, 2020 + 3 year option - C.P.I. increases and 3 months bond.
  • Employees: 1 full-time Manager + 1 part-time owner+ 2 casuals.
  • Comments: Misc.- 1 - Other general expenses and GST. - Outgoings included in the rent - Managers wage of $1,000 has been removed and shown in net profit as if for an owner operator. - Great opportunity to purchase an easy business to operate. - Very well priced. - A must to inspect.

Weekly Summary

Weekly Takings
(inc GST)

$13,500

Cost of Goods

$7,500

Gross Profit

$6,000

Rent (ex GST)

$1,596

Wages

$1,500

Telephone

$15

Insurance

$50

Electricity

$250

Misc1

$100

Total Expenses

$3,511

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$50,000

Net Profit

$2,489

Price

$70,000

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