Gloucestershire, GL5 3JX, GB
long established and highly regarded MOT Centre offering vehicle servicing and repairs which has been under the proud ownership of our clients since 1989. It is now reluctantly being offered to the market as the owners are in the process of retiring.
Operating from a substantial and well-maintained site, the business is proud to offer skilled repairs to all makes of cars and light commercial vehicles. These are carried out by highly trained technicians using latest repair methods with approved equipment and materials.
Due to its location and reputation this thriving business provides its services for a long-standing and still-expanding repeat and referral client base drawn from throughout a wide surrounding catchment area.
Affording easy vehicle access by means of full-height industrial doors, these two substantial and extremely well fitted detached commercial premises provide excellent and highly functional internal business accommodation which briefly comprises:
Staff - the business is run by the proprietors with help from a dedicated team of staff
Tenure - We are advised the business will be offered to suitable applicants with the benefit of a new secure lease the details of which are to be arranged.
£450,000 Per year.
Accounts will be provided to genuine purchasers after a formal viewing
Current Business Rates payable: Nil
Interested parties should make their own enquiries of the local billing authority to ascertain the exact rates payable or enquiries can be made online at the VOA website www.voa.gov.uk
Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred in the transaction
For further information, you should make your own enquiries to Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill, Ebley Wharf Stroud GL5 4UB
EPC Rating – EPC Rating: TBC
Strictly by appointment with the vendor’s agents, Falcon Commercial, Second Floor Offices, 114/116 High Street Honiton EX14 1JP on 01404 758081
Stroud is a vibrant town and offers a wealth of national and independent shops as well as a host of restaurants, bars and coffee shops. Furthermore, for those needing to commute, Stroud offers a direct train line into London Paddington which can be reached in under ninety minutes, whilst the town sits just five miles from Junction 13 of the M5, where one can access both the North and Southbound carriageways, where upon Bristol, Bath and Birmingham can be reached within the hour.