Popular Children's Clothing Store Located at Gold Creek Village!
- Carlee Childrens Wear,CanberraACT2601
New to the market is this beautiful children's wear store located in Federation Square at Gold Creek Village in North Canberra.
The business was established in 1996 by the current owners and trades 7 days per week from 10am to 5pm.
With the impending retirement of the owners on the horizon, the business is on the market to be sold!
The store offers beautiful clothing and gifts for babies and children, as well as specialty products including premature babywear, christening outfits, orthodox christening needs, traditional carousels, and other keepsake items.
They also stock a range of communion and confirmation gifts, traditional babywear, everyday basics, and special occasion ranges, from classic to contemporary.
The business would ideally be suited to an owner-operator who would be motivated to expand the business, as well as introduce online shopping in order to increase turnover and profits.
Don't delay making an enquiry TODAY!
Sale Price $125,000 WIWO
Please Note: The sale price includes all stock (valued at $160k wholesale as at 11/10/19), fixtures & fittings, goodwill, stock listings/suppliers details, and website & Facebook intellectual property.
For more information about this exciting and unique opportunity please contact Michael Newham on 0419 263 014 or email email@example.com
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