Franchise Business Sales on Heart of Gungahlin Market place
29A/30 Hibberson Street,GungahlinACT2912
Block size: 104 m² approx.Business size: 104 m² approx.
Heart of Gungahlin Market place, Franchise business Sales now,
The franchise business was opened in 2014 by One owner tradings,
We build up strong regular customers for a coffee and foods.
The cafe itself occupies 104 square metres without toilet and accommodate around 80 people include outdoor table.
This business might be good for newbie in hospitality or experience owner.
Really easy too operating and training will be provided.
Contract with Land lord, still we have 4,5 years and of course extend contract available.
Also Fully Equipment Kitchen.
Also have opportunity for shop in shop, Take away Korean Fried Chicken Shop as well.
If you are interested, Contact By Email with your Details.
Please note that we will reply for serious buyer only, and also further information will be apply.
Turn Over $83000~$85000 average per Month.
Net Profit $13000
Stock Will be variety on day.
For more details, Please Email me.
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Block Size:104 m² (approx)
Business Size:104 m² (approx)
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