Businesses for sale in Lancashire, North West
Commercial painting contractor with seven tradesmen. Number of established client relationships including social housing landlords generating repeat business. Retirement sale...
A UPVC glazing doors and conservatories business operating from two locations, selling UPVC windows, doors and conservatories throughout the North West. Minimal staff, selection of subcontracted fit teams. GP 31%. Asking Price £320k + Net Assets (leasehold). ..
This is a well established property search franchise in Great Manchester, Lancashire and Cheshire. Delivering essential search capabilities and results to solicitors and conveyancers. Fully professional established franchise area. No qualifications necessary. ..
Well reputed with regular and repeat trade. Situated in the town of Clayton le Moors. Scope for further development. Genuine reason for sale. Superb trading location. Good level of turnover. Leasehold...
Assets include approximately: 1,500 road cones, 1,500 amber lamps, 15 street signs, 350 high speed signs and 30 steel folding frames...
Family operated timber merchant supplying a range of bespoke timber supplies and services, including a full range of machine facilities to prepare hardwood, softwood and sheet materials to precise customer specification. Long history and experience in the sector has grown a powerful and recognisable..
Successful hotel and restaurant in West Lancashire, with 14 modern en-suite bedrooms and three-bed owners’ apartment. Alexander’s Brasserie and parking. 2016 turnover in the region of £875k. EPC rating – D...
Substantial detached former residential care home for the elderly, registered for 15. Convenient and popular residential area, suit a variety of uses. Spacious and versatile accommodation over three floors, 14 bedrooms. Passenger lift, spacious grounds. Offers invited. ..
Highly desirable and affluent coastal town, two-bed self-contained owner’s accommodation. 19 suites with potential for five penthouses. Immaculately appointed luxury senior living suites. Advised fee income circa £500k per annum, retirement sale...
Extremely popular venue. Great reputation. 60 cover restaurant. Large car park and children's play area to the rear. Three-bed owner's accommodation. Leasehold premises. EPC Rating D. Rent £24k pax. WT £14k. Open to offers...
Sea front hotel with 62 en-suite rooms. Refurbished and extended over Easter 2010. Dining room with 148 covers. Public bar, lounge bar. Four-bedroom ground floor flat. End-of-terrace three- and four-storey property...
The hotel has been closed since 2012. Between 2002 and 2008 the owners operated the property as a traditional public house with letting rooms. In 2009 the hotel was leased out until it was closed in 2012. No trading figures are available. A substantial detached four-storey property with part-stone a..
Well established residential care home, registered for 24 residents. Historically high occupancy levels, majority single occupancy rooms. Three bed owner's accommodation. Retirement sale. Adj. NP £101k...
Long-established residential home situated in Lancashire since 1987. The property has 32 bedrooms for 32 registered residents with EMD (dementia). The property is in full walk-in condition, following every health and safety rule allowing it to be a safe place to stay. Sale due to retirement. Freehol..
Detached residential home for the elderly, registered for 17 residents with 15 rooms. The residential care home operates from a substantial and imposing detached stone property, which has been updated and extended providing spacious and versatile accommodation. Freehold property. EBITDA £104k...
Lancashire, Combined T/O £1,140,000. Well established businesses. 4 prominent trading locations in Stockport £180,000, Leyland £180,000, Lowton £145,000 and Bradford £180,000. Fast growing businesses. Very popular with children aged 3-11. Fitness classes available. Huge scope for growth and exp..
Brand new, nearly completed purpose-built residential care home with a total of 57 bedrooms with en-suite shower/WCs, arranged on three and four floors all served by two passenger lifts, located within easy reach of a junction of the M62 motorway and minutes' walk of Smithy Bridge main line station...
Detached nursing home, (registered for 21 residents, operates as maximum 19). Superbly presented grade II listed property in extensive grounds...
Commercial investment property. Double property on main North West arterial road. Occupied by long-standing tenant, new ten-year lease. Rental income £18,500 pa. Expressions of interest invited. ..
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Local information: Lancashire, North WestLancashire is a non-metropolitan county of historic origin in the North West of England, taking its name from the city of Lancaster. It was founded in the 12th century, although some of its lands had been treated as part of Yorkshire by the Domesday book in the 11th century.
Lancashire emerged during the Industrial Revolution as a major commercial and industrial region. The county encompassed several hundred mill towns and collieries. By the 1830s, approximately 85% of all cotton manufactured worldwide was processed in Lancashire. Accrington, Blackburn, Chorley, Darwen and Burnley were major cotton mill towns during this time. Blackpool was a major centre for tourism for the inhabitants of Lancashire's mill towns, and remained a popular beach resort throughout the 20th century.
By the census of 1971 the population of Lancashire (including all its associated county boroughs) had reached 5,129,416, making it then the most populous geographic county in the UK.
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