Offers Over, £250,000
43 Shore Street, Innellan, Dunoon, Argyll and Bute
CCL Property Ltd is delighted to bring to market The Lido Convenience Store and Post Office. This superb lifestyle business occupies a prime location in a beautiful coastal village close to Dunoon overlooking the Firth of Clyde. The business benefits from being the main source of convenience retail and postal services within the community. The sale of the Lido Store and Post Office represents an excellent lifestyle business and present new owners with the opportunity to work with some of the most wonderful water views that Scotland has to offer.
Local Village Store and Post Office
Ground floor retail premises
Post Office salary c. £15,000
Healthy trading figures
Liquor and tobacco license
3 Bedroom Flat available by Separate Negotiation
EBITDA c. £35,000
Offers over £250,000
The Lido Convenience Store and Post Office is located in Innellan, a beautiful coastal location overlooking the Firth of Clyde. Innellan is a quaint village some 5 miles from the town of Dunoon with a population of just over 1,000 and benefits from Primary School, Nursery, Golf Club, Tennis Court, outdoor Bowling Club, Village Hall and Church. The Lido is the only convenience store in the village and has a loyal and regular customer base.
Secondary education, along with further amenities and leisure facilities, are located in Dunoon. There is a regular bus service that operates from Dunoon Pier along with Argyll ferries operating regular passenger sailing to Gourock Pier with a train connection to Glasgow Central Station. Western Ferries, which provide vehicular and passenger travel, also offer a more frequent sailing from Hunters Quay, Kirn to McInroy's Point, Gourock with bus connection to Buchanan Street, Glasgow.
Dunoon is a wonderful location in which you can enjoy the stunning views and rural tranquillity that Argyll has to offer yet is just over an hour's commute from Glasgow International Airport which has regular domestic and non-domestic flights.
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