21 Miguel Place, WALPOLE
$250,000 Freehold Land $390,000 for the Business
A Monopoly Business & Freehold Property in an Ecological Paradise
It is not often that an affordable, freehold, profitable monopoly business hits the market in a location that is probably best described as an "Echo Paradise."
Walpole is one of those unique towns in Western Australia that ticks a lot of boxes. The surrounding environment is extremely diverse. The area is home to some of the World's most unique fauna including the majestic Karri forest and rare giant Tingle trees. Thousands of visitors a year make their way down to the region, to experience the awesome world class treetop walk that graces the upper canopy of the Tingle forest. As well as the lush forests, Walpole is blessed to enjoy the picturesque Nornalup inlet and the beautiful Southern Ocean along with the gorgeous beaches that are right on its doorstep. Walpole hinterland is also blessed with productive farmland. The State Governments Department of Biodiversity and Conservation have an office and works centre in the town.
As you can imagine the local economy has a diverse range of revenue streams that go to support local business.
Walpole Concrete and Earthworks operates from a Freehold 2,399m2 property at 21 Miguel Place Walpole. The owners are selling both property and business as a going concern. The business has been in operation for 25 years and the current owners have owned it for the last eight years. The business enjoys consistent profitability and has a quiet monopoly as the only concrete supplier in the district. The property is located in the Walpole industrial area and has a good size workshop, small cement shed and concrete batching plant constructed on it.
The current owners desire to relocate has opened up an opportunity for a hands on operator to get a good business in a wonderful part of the world.
Do not wait any longer to secure your spot in paradise, phone or email me for the business Information Memorandum.
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