HAIRDRESSING BUSINESS FOR SALE IN WESTBOURNE

TO LET

ADDRESS

1-3 Alum Chine Road, Westbourne, BH4 8DX

SIZE

307 Sq Ft (29 M²)

LOCATION

The property is situated in an excellent trading position just off Seamoor Road which is an important shopping street in this popular and fashionable town centre. Occupiers close by include Bang & Olufsen, Starbucks, Marks & Spencer Simply Food, Jojo Maman Bebe as well as a number of long standing, independent retailers.

DESCRIPTION

This excellently located salon has been trading as a hairdresser for 25 years just off the main Seamoor Road in Westbourne, Bournemouth.

The property provides open-plan retail accommodation to the front with further storage space and WC’s to the rear.

It currently trades with two stylists, an owner, a junior stylist and two ladies to shampoo.

The salon is provided with six dressing out positions, six hood dryers, two backwashes, a front wash, reception desk, reception chairs, washing machine and tumble dryer.

Accounts for the current business can be provided on request.

TENURE

The premises are available to rent by means of an existing lease granted in February 2009 for 12 years with a premium payable of £23,000.

RENT

£9,120 per annum exclusive of VAT, business rates and service charge where applicable.

RATES

We are verbally informed that the property has a rateable value of £5,400.

The Government have extended small business rates relief for properties below a certain rateable value. As such, no business rates may be payable on this property.

Interested parties are advised to obtain confirmation of the rateable value and rates payable from the Local Authority.

VIEWING

Arrangements to view through the agents J.M.Watts (01202 461586)

FINANCE ACT 1989

Unless otherwise stated, all prices and rents are exclusive of Value Added Tax. Purchasers or Lessees must satisfy themselves as to the incidence of VAT in respect of any transaction.

IMPORTANT NOTE

At no time has a structural survey been undertaken and appliances have not been tested. Interested parties must satisfy themselves as necessary as to the integrity of the premises and condition therein.