Arranged in an attractive two storey end terrace property, the premises comprise of a ground floor trading area, with three main gondolas, several fridges and freezers, two stock cupboards to the rear, one till position, and a tobacco gantry. The property also benefits from a two bedroom flat with attic space on the first floor, suitable as spacious owner’s accommodation.
Situated in the centre of the village, this established business is in a fantastic location, close to all amenities and benefitting from a nearby primary school which generates a good level of trade, and is also within easy access of main roads, A470 and Junction 32 of the M4. Generating an additional boost to footfall, the premises also offers National Lottery and PayPoint services, and an ATM machine.
Trealaw Local Convenience Store has been successfully run by the current owners for 11 years, who are now looking to move on to pursue retirement. They comment, “We first started the business in 2006 with great success and we are sure that with the right person, with energy and enthusiasm, it can maintain that strong level of business. The store has great potential for a new owner; it is spacious enough for new lines and business streams and is in a good catchment area, with other shops around a mile away.”
Jonathan Clements - Business Agent based in Christie & Co’s Cardiff office comments, “We are excited to be offering the lease of Trealaw Local Convenience Store for sale in South Wales. Under the terms of the current lease, this presents a lucrative opportunity for a lifestyle buyer or existing operator, with great potential to grow the business. The availability of Trealaw Local represents a fantastic chance to acquire a well-established convenience store, with potential upside from the introduction of hot food to entice new customer footfall and trade, in a strong market for leasehold and freehold businesses in South Wales.”
Christie & Co is marketing Trealaw Local Convenience Store and terms of the lease off an asking price of £50,000.