Hilton Smythe welcomes to the market, Prince of Wales Fish Bar.
There has been a fish and chip shop at this location for at least 45 years and the current owners have run it successfully and lucratively for the last eighteen years.
The business is now being sold albeit reluctantly so that the owners can pursue a change of direction and enjoy a well earned, semi retirement.
They are keen to see their beloved business pass to an ambitious and entrepreneurial new owner who can take this already thriving business to the next level.
Prince of Wales Fish Bar is a traditional Fish and Chip Shop selling:
•Sausage and saveloys
•Cheese & onion fritters
•Pasties and pies
The business has many regular customers and enjoys a brisk lunchtime trade from the local businesses that are within walking distance.
The business enjoys good visibility on the internet with great reviews from the likes of TripAdvisor and Yell.com.
Scope to improve:
•Advertising and marketing campaign
•Maximise the use of social media particularly Facebook and Twitter.
•Extend the opening hours perhaps opening on a Sunday
•Website ideally with an online ordering facility
•Start a delivery service
•Explore online offerings from the likes of Hungry House and Just Eat
Reasons to buy:
•A well-established business with an enviable reputation and many regular customers
•Includes generous living accommodation or possible rental income
•Current owners would be happy to offer a handover to ensure the continued success
•Little or no competition locally
•All fixtures and fittings included in sale making this a real Turnkey business opportunity
•Ideal owner managed or partnership business
Hilton Smythe highly advise early viewing to avoid disappointment.
Prince of Wales Fish Bar is Located in the Warstock area of Birmingham in the West Midlands.
Warstock is a district within the city of Birmingham in the southern suburbs roughly 1km east of the A435 and within the ward of Highters Heath.
The area lies within the B14 postcode and is contiguous with Yardley Wood to the north east, Solihull Lodge to the south east and Highters Heath to the south west. Kings Heath lies to the north west.
The central area includes the Highters Heath Community School and is served by National Express West Midlands no.2 bus route.
The housing in Warstock is mostly terraced and semi-detached, for the most part built in and around the 1930’s to house the result of the first baby boom. There are a number of shops sited across two locations on Prince of Wales lane where the business is located.
Prince of Wales Fish Bar is centrally located in an unusually busy and vibrant shopping parade alongside other complimentary retail businesses such as a barbers, tanning shop, dentist and hairdressers and thus benefits from good footfall along with passing trade and many regular customers.
The business is nicely presented and maintained with clear visible signage. There is free on street parking immediately outside the premises.
Prince of Wales Fish Bar occupies three floors of a period, inner terrace property and briefly comprises;
•Large window and glazed door to front creating a light
•Airy and inviting interior
•Nicely presented with fully tiled walls and floor
•Suspended ceiling with concealed lighting
•2 pan range and long counter with generous wrapping area
•Illuminated menu boards
•3 kebab machines
•Glass fronted drinks chiller
•Range of base units with complimentary worktop
•4 pot Bain Marie
•Silver microwave oven
•Generous kitchen with tiled walls and floor
•Indesit fridge freezer
•Range of base and wall units with complimentary worktop
•Single basket fryer
•Hand was basin
•Stainless steel preparation tables
•Deep stainless-steel sink with long drainer
•Tiled walls and floor
•Loads of floor storage space for potatoes
•Further generous kitchen which was previously used as a family kitchen
•Range of solid pine base and wall units with complimentary worktop
•Stainless steel 4 ring gas hob
•Stainless steel sink and drainer
•Glass topped chest freezer
Leading off the family kitchen is the former dining room although it is currently being used as further storage space, with sliding patio doors overlooking the rear garden, large chest freezer.
•Large bathroom with window to rear
•Close coupled toilet
•Pedestal hand wash basin
•Separate shower cubicle with Triton electric shower
Good sized double bedroom with a range of built in wardrobes, window to front
Nice lounge with window to rear and radiator
To the second floor is a good-sized bedroom with high ceilings, roof light, under eaves storage and walk in cupboard/ wardrobe.
To the rear of the business is a long garden mainly laid to lawn
large corrugated iron shed at the far end
New fencing has recently been installed at considerable cost making this a safe and secure area.
An alleyway leads from the garden to the front of the shop which facilitates deliveries and negates the need to carry potatoes through the shop.
We are advised that the business is being sold as a Freehold business opportunity.
We are further advised that the business benefits from being exempt from business rates.
Monday to Saturday - 12.00 pm – 2.00 pm, 5.00 pm – 11.00 pm
Sunday - Closed
The business is run and managed by our clients with the help of 5 part time members of staff
Prince of Wales Fish Bar has an advised current turnover of approximately £145,000 per annum.
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