A convenience store in the thriving Scottish city of Inverness has been brought to the market by specialist property adviser Christie + Co.
Situated in a popular and affluent residential area approximately 1.5 miles south of Inverness city centre, Drummond Stores is a stand-alone unit occupying a prominent roadside position.
The fully-licensed business serves a good selection of products and benefits from National Lottery and ATM income.
Daniel Arrandale of Christie + Co’s Edinburgh office is handling the sale. He comments: “The business offers any prospective purchaser a well located store with useful off-road parking facilities. Our clients purchased the business back in 2011, however they came from a non-retailing background and now feel the business is more suited to a hands-on operator.”
“Drummond Stores offers a great deal of potential; increasing product lines and introducing a well-known brand above the shop would draw in more customers and significantly enhance profits.”
Inverness, often renowned to be the 'Capital of the Highlands' was named the fastest growing city in Western Europe. The city offers an abundance of natural and historic attractions as well as the world famous Loch Ness - which needs little introduction.
Christie + Co is seeking offers of £195,000 for the freehold interest of Drummond Stores.