Fantastic Opportunity to Take Over a Fully Fitted-Out Hairdressing Salon/Beauty Salon!
- Hairdressing Salon At Business Park, Canberra ACT 2601
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for someone to take over the lease and fit-out of this large and profitable hairdressing/beauty salon.
The salon is located in a highly populated Business Park and has been in operation since 2006. The business currently operates Tuesday to Friday however there is scope to increase hours if so desired.
The salon comes with an extensive fit-out and all equipment required to operate immediately, however the business name, staff, and stock will be moving to the city salon. Two rooms are currently rented out to a Beauty Therapist for massages, waxing, spray tans and nails. This arrangement could continue should both parties desire.
The current owners also operate another salon in the city and are looking to downsize by just focusing on the one salon.
The lease is in place until June 2022 with an option to renew.
With a large pool of their clients most likely to continue visiting the salon due to the close proximity to their workplace within the Business Park, this is an opportunity not to be missed!
Don't delay making an enquiry TODAY!
For more information about this opportunity please call Michael Newham of Finn Business Sales on 0421 495 751 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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