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City Business Brokers is delighted to welcome to the market this recently-established ladies fashion boutique, which is situated in a good high street location within a thriving area of Birmingham.
The shop is currently open 6 days per week generating a reasonable turnover.
Our client offers a wide variety of ladies’ fashions and has a very loyal client base with a high volume of repeat trade and word of mouth recommendations, with plenty of scope for growth.
The premises measure 134m² over 2 floors and are very well-maintained and fitted out to suit the trade. The upper floor is currently used for storage and office space but could be converted to additional retail space. The shop also benefits from an A3 licence.
Trading Hours: 6 days 10.00am-6.00pm
Staff: Owner run and managed
Rent: £24,000 per annum
Lease: Current lease expires July 2025
Rates: £137 per month
All furniture, fixtures, fittings and equipment are included in the Asking Price, along with a valuable inventory of stock.
We feel there is scope to increase the turnover by a new owner embarking on an online and local marketing campaign to promote the business and goods offered. The boutique already has an informative website in place to advertise the business as well as an Instagram account.
Good foundations have been laid for this attractive business and this is an excellent opportunity for a new owner, perhaps a husband-and-wife team or partnership, to take it to the next level. Therefore, early discussions with City Business Brokers must come highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
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