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From champagne vans to pots and pans – the Newcastle businesses which you can buy

From champagne vans to pots and pans – the Newcastle businesses which you can buy 0 JER NEC 301118 biz 01


A champagne van, a pottery and a £9,000 coffee shop are just some of the incredible Newcastle businesses of which you could become the new boss.

If you fancy a career change and want to run your own company, there are plenty of businesses for sale at a range of prices.

An 18-bedroom guesthouse in Jesmond is the most expensive business for sale with an asking price of £675,000, but for just £9,000 you could be the new owner of a refurbished coffee house in the same suburb.

Other companies available for purchase include an e-cigarette retailer, a fruit and veg shop and a vintage campervan fitted with a drinks bar.

Take a look at some of our top picks:

Italian restaurant, Heaton (£40,000)



Italian restaurant for sale in Heaton

This Italian restaurant was fully refurbished in 2017 and is located close to free parking.

The “spacious” building is equipped with a bar, a waiting area and a function room.

The current owner is selling the business to focus on a different venture in Northumberland.

See more details here.

Tattoo removal and laser business, Gosforth (£120,000)

Although both its turnover and net profit are below £50,000, this Gosforth tattoo removal business boasts a regional client list of 2,000.

The company comes with £5,000 worth of equipment which is included in the asking price.

The owner is selling the business because of “personal commitments”.

See more details here.

Guesthouse, Jesmond (£675,000)



From champagne vans to pots and pans – the Newcastle businesses which you can buy
Jesmond Park guesthouse is up for sale

The most expensive business on the list is an 18-bedroom guesthouse with a turnover of between £100,000 – £200,000.

It is a three-storey property with the potential to be converted into residential flats.

The owner is selling the hotel after thirty years of ownership to retire.

See more details here.

Coffee shop, Jesmond (£9,000)



From champagne vans to pots and pans – the Newcastle businesses which you can buy
Jesmond coffee shop for sale at £9,000

This cafe lease is the cheapest company for sale but it has an annual rent of £25,000 and is not permitted to sell hot food.

It is said to benefit from good passing trade and is located in the student and professional area.

See more details here.

Fruit and veg shop, Wideopen (£10,000)

A well-established grocers on a busy shopping street and a turnover of £120,000.

It is fitted with extensive wall display units, two fully equipped service counters and a walk- in chiller unit.

See more details here.

Mobile bar (£75,000)



From champagne vans to pots and pans – the Newcastle businesses which you can buy
A luxury drinks van for sale at £75,000

Described as a “reputable business”, this classic VW campervan is kitted out to sell drinks from.

It currently trades off corporate and private bookings and has a turnover of £70,000.

See more details here.

E-cigarette retailer, Hexham (£25,000)

Located above an opticians, this businesses has only been trading for 12 months but has a projected turnover of £100,000.

It claims to have very low overheads and occupies a spacious property.

See more details here.

Pottery, Whitley Bay (£30,000)



From champagne vans to pots and pans – the Newcastle businesses which you can buy
Pottery in Whitley Bay can be bought for £30,000

This pottery claims to have “immaculate premises” with a large kitchen and party rooms.

It has been open for over ten years and has a turnover of £75,000.

See more details here.


Source : Chroniclelive

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