Aberdeen coffee shop in prominent and affluent location brought to market


SHEPHERD Chartered Surveyors is bringing to market a coffee shop business situated in a prominent and affluent location in Cults, Aberdeen for sale.

Blether Coffee Shop occupies a strong location on the prime retail stretch of North Deeside Road, four miles west of Aberdeen city centre. The location is close to the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route and accordingly benefits from good transportation links to all parts of the city and beyond.

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Owners Alan and Dawn from Blether Coffee Shop said: “In the years since Blether has opened, we have grown from strength to strength – even throughout all the recent challenging times that we’ve been presented with. 

“While the current business hours have given us a great work life balance, there is potential to grow the business if the next owners wish to do so. Not only does the local community support Blether massively, but we also have customers that travel from near and far.

“The Trip advisor rating that we have achieved is second to none, with no negative reviews, and is a huge part of the business advertising. All in all, Blether is a great business to walk straight into while we have a new chapter in our lives beckoning!

Mark McQueen, partner at Shepherd, added: “On offer is the leasehold interest in the premises that the business occupies, along with the goodwill of the business and all fixtures and fittings. Stock will be sold at valuation.

“Blether Coffee Shop has an excellent Tripadvisor rating and as the business is well-established, an occupier will benefit from an existing and profitable customer base from the outset.”

The premises are available at a passing rent of £15,500pa with a lease expiry of 2029. Offers over £55,000 are invited for the leasehold interest in the premises. 100% rates relief will be available to qualifying occupiers.

Interested parties should contact Mark McQueen on 01224 202800.

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