SHEPHERD Chartered Surveyors is offering restaurant premises in Perthshire for sale with offers in the region of £95,000 invited.
The Apron Stage is a popular restaurant prominently located at 5 King Street within the centre of the village of Stanley, a picturesque country village positioned on the banks of the River Tay a few miles north of Perth.
Featured in the Which Good Food Guide, Michelin Guide and Sunday Times Top 100 list for Value for Money restaurants (one of only three in Scotland), The Apron Stage comprises a ground floor licensed restaurant contained within a two-storey terraced building dating from 1896.
The accommodation, which is easily accessed from the A9, is beautifully presented and fully fitted to a high standard to allow the successful purchaser to continue with immediate trading.
Jonathan Reid, at Shepherd, said: “This 20-cover restaurant provides a unique and friendly atmosphere, making for an easily manageable business opportunity with low overheads suitable for a husband and wife team or a chef owner.
“Having opened in 2006, the business has since become a very successful and established restaurant, popular with locals and tourists visiting the area.
“This opportunity offers excellent growth prospects as, at present, the restaurant only trades four evenings and one lunch service per week. We believe meaningful increases in turnover and profitability can be achieved by extending opening hours and focusing on private parties and functions.”
The property and business have been priced at offers in the region of £95,000 to include the freehold interest and business goodwill and fixtures and fittings.
Interested parties should contact the selling agent on 01738 638188.
For further information please contact Jonathan Reid Tel: 01738 638188
Issued on behalf of Shepherd by Liquorice Media tel 0141 561 4018 www.liquorice-media.com
Date: 8th May 2013
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