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Businesses for sale in Derbyshire including Derby flower shop, Nepalese restaurant and Peak District tea room

Businesses for sale in Derbyshire including Derby flower shop, Nepalese restaurant and Peak District tea room

Times are tough for a number of businesses for a variety of reasons, meaning many are available to buy if the owners get a good offer. In Derbyshire, the mix of beautiful countryside and bustling towns and cities means there’s a wide range of places up for grabs for budding entrepreneurs or anyone looking for a different career.

Website Businesses For Sale has hundreds of listings and they’ve highlighted nine brilliant opportunities in Derby, from a tea room in Belper to a cafe in the Peak District. There is also a restaurant and flower shop in Derby available.

Each ad includes the asking price and sales details, as well as relevant details for any future new owners. Some listings will also explain why the business is for sale.

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Beaurepaire Patisserie opened in Belper in 2013 and has excellent reviews, with a popular customer base.

The list continues: “This popular and established company has an enviable trading position in a bustling area of ​​Belper. Our client has built a strong customer base and an exceptional reputation.

“There is ample scope to develop the business further with the introduction of new menu options and extended opening hours, possibly a delivery service for other local businesses for working lunches and meetings.”

Reason for selling: The advertisement states: “The business is ideally suited to a hands-on owner-operator, but as our client’s other business interests are greater than expected, the business is being put up for sale. This presents an excellent opportunity for a new owner-operator or team to take the business to the next level.”

Asking price: £44,995 including furniture and fixtures

Turnover: £63,675

More details here

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Curious Inspirations is a deceptively large gift shop in Matlock Bath, an area popular with tourists.

The list continues: “Curious Inspirations occupies a prime location on a busy shopping mall and offers a wide range of gifts including goth and fantasy, ethnic and spiritual, fashion and jewellery, dragons and skulls. Also an extensive range of cards, toys, plates and gifts for all ages.”

Asking price: £59,950

Turnover: £140,850

More details here

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Caffe Grazia has a good reputation for serving quality coffee in the center of Derby, stating: “Excellent opportunity to acquire a highly renowned establishment whose services can be easily tailored. Benefits from a prime location with many visitors and proximity to offices, shops and transport links.”

Asking price: €55,000

Turnover: £178,000

More details here

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The Peveril Tea Rooms in Castleton is in a perfect location within the Peak District National Park, meaning it’s great for walkers, cyclists and other tourists.

The list continues: “This is a beautifully presented and highly sought after business opportunity in an excellent location. It is rare for a company of this type to come to market in this location. Early viewing is highly recommended. New owners will need to be hands-on to replace current owners and maximize profitability.”

Asking price: €50,000

Turnover: £98,000

More details here

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Fresh Choice has been in Ashbourne for 30 years and is for sale as the current owners wish to retire.

The list continues: “Since ownership there has been significant investment in equipment and fixtures and fittings all bought and paid for and included in the sale price which is a huge plus for any new buyer as there is no need to spend extra money for some time. Fresh Choice is run by the owner with the help of 2 full time and 1 part time employee.”

Asking price: £139,950

Turnover: £520,000

More details here

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Annie’s has been a fixture on an industrial estate outside Buxton for over 30 years but is now up for sale.

The list continues: Serving delicious sandwiches, breakfast sandwiches, vegetarian options and others, alongside a range of hot and cold drinks, this café is a one-stop shop for all lunchtime needs.

“With a number of great reviews, the cafe won Cafe of the Year 2014, awarded by Buxton Advertiser, against stiff competition from a large number of cafes – in recognition of extremely high quality food and customer service.”

Asking price: € 35,000

Turnover: Available upon request

More details here

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JB Littlewood in Sutton Scarsdale is another company for sale with an excellent reputation, first established in 1969.

The list continues: “The store stocks more than 5,000 items, providing customers with a complete service. Their extensive product range enables them to meet most of their customers’ requirements. They also deal with wood, fencing and steel supplies. They offer a variety of payment methods to accommodate all customers.”

Asking price: €700,000

Turnover: Available upon request

More details here

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First established in 2016, Gurkha Junction in Spondon has an excellent reputation, with a 4.6 star rating on Google reviews.

The list continues: “Gurkha Junction Restaurant Derby has now entered the open market due to the desire of our customers to retire. Gurkha Junction Restaurant Derby is a traditional restaurant specializing in Nepalese and Indian cuisine.”

Asking price: £114,995

Turnover: £120,879

More details here

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Seasons for Flowers, in Park Farm, Allestree, has been trading under the same name and in the same place for 34 years.

The list continues: “This is by far the busiest florist in Derby that we have been able to offer potential new owners, with an enviable turnover of between £225,000 – £250,000. Owners provide a handover and support to continue the success of the business and are willing to share very clear trade history per item sold which is key to success for new owner in busy periods and budget forecasts. The owners are also willing to share their previous business plan.”

Asking price: € 28,000

Turnover: £250,000

More details here


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