This lavender farm is an eco-sensitive, lifestyle business over 14 years in the making. It is a residential haven, a visitor’s destination, and a producer of all-natural bath, body and culinary products. The farm is located in a verdant valley with views of mountains and mesas. It is an inspired setting. An extensive irrigation system tied to three wells feeds the approximately 3500 mature lavender plants, 1000 rose bushes, 40 fruit trees, and herb garden. The 15-acre working farm offers a holistic way of life for new owners. You can live in the attractively remodeled 2-bedroom adobe residence and oversee the on-site gift store, café, commercial greenhouse, nurseries, and workshop. A second home is available for your farm manager. Events and farm tours bring visitors from around the country. They enjoy the lavender-based teas, gelatos and baked goods at the café. They are often first introduced to the spa-quality bath products at the gift store and then replenish their supplies through the website or at the New Mexico retailers that carry these products. The development work is complete. According to the organic farming community, the market for lavender is where the domestic wine industry was two decades ago. This farm and its high-quality, aromatherapeutic-grade lavender will put new owners in a position to take advantage of this trend.
Zolfo Springs, FL
Commercial hay and cattle production, 784 acres M.O.L. Currently 370 acres in Hermathia and 70 acres of Jiggs grasses. approx 225 head of cattle and more calves. Includes three homes on property. Six total wells on property make it ideal for farming. 1.8 miles of graded county maintained frontage.
Garfield County, CO
They did $370,883 in earnings in 2014 on almost $1MM in revenues. They have consistently had revenues just above or below $1MM because they are a family run business and have found a comfortable size. The Vineyard and the Winery are both over 25 years old. It still has the original vines in production. It is located in a prime area for growing grapes for wine making and is an increasingly popular tourist attraction. They are estimated to have between $1.2MM and $1.75MM in current value Assets depending on the time of year because inventory levels vary seasonally: In October of 2014, they had an estimated $1.75MM in current value inventory, equipment, etc. The Vineyard(Land) is included and is estimated to be worth $1MM. They have over 15 wines and dozens of wine based food products that have won many awards. The formulas and wine making techniques are part of the sale. The sales price is $3.3MM for both the land and the business including all inventory and assets. Other important Considerations: You could not start this operation from scratch for less than their sales price. Plus, all of the best land in the best area for growing grapes has already been developed and their area is expected to continue to increasingly grow in popularity. They also have additional space on their land that could have more vines planted or they could buy more grapes to easily grow the size of their operation. They currently sell directly to liquor stores by themselves and a new buyer can use a distributor or rent warehouse space in their main market and hire an outside sales person to increase volume and profits. Location: Rocky Mountain Region USA The broker can't give additional details without the NDA submitted by clicking on and filling out this link: http://www.listingsummary.com/winery/Non%20Disclosure%20Winery.pdf Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get hold of Jeff Chapman if you have any trouble. _______________________________________________________________ Brief Overview and Selling Points: This will be an asset sale that will include all of the Brands that they use and all assets associated with the facility and the production. The Assets include the inventory which is thousands of cases of bottled wines and approximately 15,000 gallons of liquid wine. The equipment includes 100 wooden barrels, 12 stainless steel barrels, an automated bottling machine worth, 18 large stainless steel fermentation tanks, a press machine that is a classic that can't easily be found anymore, a de-stemmer/crusher, new van, merchandise, office equipment, and a lot of other specialized equipment and tools that you will see in the video walkthrough of the business. In addition, the intellectual property is included in the sale and they have gotten a professional opinion that it is worth over $100,000. The intellectual property includes some very valuable details that can't be identified in this teaser without giving too much away. You can see the Assets in the video walkthrough of the business which is available after the NDA is filled out in the link above. The total Assets excluding their land/vineyard were estimated to be worth $1.74MM in October of 2014. The real estate is included in the sales price but it will be a separate transaction. It is estimated to be worth at least $1MM for over 6 Acres with a 7,000 square foot custom building. There is also an area above the vineyard on their property that could be used to build a house for the owner to live in or to expand the production. They are in a great location and have the original vineyard with the original vines still in production on their property. They will agree to sell the land based on one or more independent appraisals to the buyer of the business only and make an adjustment to the overall price if it needs to be. They produce over 15 different wines and dozens of wine based food items. The formulas and techniques that they created to produce their wines will be passed on to the new owner and can easily be replicated. The owners are husband and wife and one of them is the winemaker. The new owner can hire another winemaker inexpensively because several schools have programs now and there is a glut of winemakers with the skills necessary to reproduce the wines as they have in the past. They have a model that works which they can transition to a new owner. Growth: The buyer of this company can increase sales and profitability by increasing the number of vines on their property, buying more grapes/raw juice, doing more marketing, upgrading their distribution etc. They have kept it a comfortable sized operation on purpose. The owner states that this business could easily double. They found a comfortable size and decided not to expose themselves to the extra cost and pressure of using a distributor because of this. The new owner can change over from self-distribution to hiring salespeople that would work out of a warehouse in the areas that they sell most of their wine or hire a distribution company like most of the other wineries. This is a one of a kind opportunity that is very rare. You can operate the winery yourself which is its own distinct lifestyle or you can hire a winemaker and operations manager and own it remotely. They still operate all 4 tiers of the process themselves: grape growing, production, wholesale, and retail. Marketing: The owners have developed relationships over time and have never done much advertising. They have a website that incorporates sales but have never tried search engine optimization or any social media. The website looks and acts old and dated and they realize that it needs work. They do attend some of the wine festivals but only a fraction of the ones that they should attend. They do benefit from their States Dept. of Agriculture which has a $500K annual budget that is spend 1/3rd on promoting their States wines/wineries, 1/3rd of Research, and 1/3 at their discretion. The Dept. has a full time person dedicated to promoting the industry in their State who also listens to an advisory board made up of local Vineyard and Winery owners. It is a great deal for a Company like this since their area has benefited from being promoted. They also use "natural growing techniques" that include leaf removal, canopy management, re-introduction of grape pomace as fertilizer, minimal natural pest control, measured irrigation, and hand harvesting. They have produced organic and Kosher wines in the past. These could be produced again someday if the new owner wanted to. They also use extensive cold fermentation with native yeast, natural fining and filtration, and exclusively use stainless steel fermentation tanks when most of the industry uses plastic. This is more expensive but makes a big difference in the quality of their product. Most of the newer Wineries use plastic tanks which reduces quality but is much less expensive to buy. Stainless steel tanks which last forever and help to produce the highest quality wines. They also have 2 of the finest employees in the industry that have been with them for the entire time that they have been a winery. The new owner will step into recurring cash flow from solid relationships with individuals and businesses that they have been selling their wines to for years. There are no concentration issues for them. The company’s financials are only basic P & L's that they give to their accountant once a year. A potential buyer will be allowed to discuss their financials with their accountant. They are farmers originally and do not have detailed financials but do have tax returns and all licenses etc. They do keep very detailed records which are mostly in paper form. They have to have meticulous records of everything because they are a regulated business by the ATF. Their numbers are considered at an audited level because of the Federal requirements on monthly bookkeeping. This doesn't mean they create a monthly P & L, just that they know exactly how much of each wine they have and in what form at the end of each month along with a record of where it was sold and to whom. A new owner will only need to apply for a Federal and State Liquor licenses. A limited winery license can be gotten by the new owner(State license). The limited winery license allows them to produce up to 100,000 gallons a year(they currently are around 25,000 gallons). The limited winery license allows up to 5 satellite sales outlets which is unique to this type of license. These satellite outlets can sell wine accessories, food or be a restaurant, and they can sell other local wines in addition to those of their own manufacture. The sellers are fully committed to sell the ‘Assets’ of the business and will help as needed for at least one full year post closing for reasonable salaries. They believe they are the best Winery in their region and have the awards and history to back that up. They are proud of what they have built and want to see it grow and succeed in the future. _______________________________________________________________ Financial Information: Asking: 75% down on $2.3MM for the business plus the appraised value of the real estate. The buyer will take over the balance sheet free and clear of all debts and the seller will keep the Cash and Receivables. Please fill out the attached NDA to be able to talk to Jeff Chapman at 303-905-7607 about your interest in this offering. If you are NOT interested in this business for sale, but you refer someone to us who buys it, we will immediately pay you a referral fee of $2,000. Please send us anyone who you think would be interested in this offering. Sincerely, Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle Company Broker Group, LLC. 303-905-7607 Direct 303-284-7025 Main 720-524-6482 Fax email@example.com This is prepared by Company Broker Group with information provided by the Seller. It was not created by the seller and neither the Broker or the Seller are responsible for its accuracy. Buyers are responsible for their own due diligence. Neither the Broker or the Seller will indemnify or guarantee any forward looking statements or projections.
This award winning vineyard estate and winery in New Mexico is on less than 10 acres. It has, in addition to the vines, a residence, rental property, tasting room, and gift shop. The capacity for production allows for more than a 100% growth from current status. There are water rights and sophisticated water-storage capability, lovely grounds utilized for events, full production plant and storage for wines in progress. A buyer can be experienced and take immediate charge, engage the seller over a period of time in learning the process, or merely hand over production to a co-bottler. Year over year financial growth has been terrific with 2014 cash flow to owner of $183K on $450K in sales, through multiple revenue streams, and on track in 2015 for 25% additional revenue. On the market for $700K plus real estate of $1.1MM with possible owner financing or real estate lease option. Profitable and Growing. Your dream of a lifetime!
We have a prospering Agricultural based retail and wholesale business, with increasing yearly 30-50% growth rate since day of opening. It is a diversified businesss for every season and its oppurtunites to grow a profit. With three retail locations and one being a existing franchise(liscense agreement) and more in the works to be developed. Our Stores sell Feed, Hay, Tack, Vet Supplies, Pet Products, Boots, Live Animals, Lawn and Garden, Trailers, Mowers, Livestock Equipment, Fencing, Hunting Equipment and Fertilizer. We also Rent Construction and Farm and Ranch Equipment with tons of daily growth and oppurtunities in that market. All equipment is new and kept up and serviced on a daily basis. All Trademark works and Investments have been aquired and developed that will be transfered. Since we have been in business we have set up with many maufacturers and growers direct. This creates a better return for the company and also set up for building franchise stores and wholesale markets. With the right person and investment this business could grow to a nationwide known name in our industry considering our business plan has never been done before. With marketing second to none and customer service our top priority we are a well known business in our area.
Established "Turn Key" Coffee / Macadamia Nut Farm AND Coffee Shop / Restaurant. An incredibly rare opportunity to purchase a fully functional organic produce farm complete with a quaint cafe' nestled in the heart of the South Kona Coffee-belt (Honaunau). This opportunity is actually TWO businesses in one....A produce farm AND a restaurant! Boasting primarily established and heavily producing Coffee and Macadamia Nut Trees which date back to the early 1900's, this 6.18 acre Leasehold property has been producing quality fruits, nuts and coffee for literally decades. Also being grown on site are: Mangos, lychee, Oranges, Bananas...and more! This historic site was once the original location of the "Morihara Store", which was built back in approx. 1924 where generations of 'local folks' from within the coffee trade had/have been frequenting for years and years. Then, in 1995, the first transformation began when the coffee broker (Mr. Morihara) retired and the location was expanded to an even larger general store serving the community and visitors alike for nearly 10 years under the name 'Merv's place'. Finally, in 2004, after extensive designing, permitting and remodeling / construction took place, the current Owners have now created a "showcase cafe' " complete with a 'grotto' like outdoor patio, serving only the highest quality of locally sourced foods where a large portion of the ingredients originate right on or near this very location. This fully permitted cafe', with both indoor and outdoor seating for over 40 guests at a time, is the closest full service Cafe' / Restaurant / Bakery to one of the most frequently visited National Parks in the State of Hawaii....The City of Refuge (aka Honaunau or Two Step or Pu'uhonua O'honaunau). The City of Refuge receives over 1/2 million visitors per year, and every one of them MUST drive past the Cafe' to enter the National Park! Tried and true, this Cafe' has established itself quickly, and nearly 6 years since it's grand re-opening, the Café' has shown steady growth in year-over-year revenues since first re-opening its doors back in 2010. Serving only the highest quality 100% organic Kona Coffee (grown right on the property), the Cafe' is outfitted with a top-of-the-line La Marzocco expresso machine to compliment the rest of the first class kitchen equipment.... HUGE upside potential includes....Coffee Farm Tours, Coffee Roasting / Roasting Tours, Catering and even the ability to receive a Liquor License. Years after successfully bringing their vision and dream to reality, the Owner's have regretfully decided it's time to retire to be able to spend more time with the Grandkids as well as the rest of the family. 30 days of training are included to ensure a smooth transition, all key personnel are willing to stay on.
The vineyard is planted in hybrid grapes and produces varietal and blended wines which have been recognized at local, state and national competitions. You may visit their website for a complete look at this beautiful facility. All inquiries should be directed to the marketing broker. Bob Meinecke. firstname.lastname@example.org. 336-719-2345.
Business has three areas of income, fresh flower arrangement, gift shop, and greenhouse for annuals and flower basket production. Year round income opportunity. Located in Wautoma in central WI on State Highway 21& 73 a major East- West State highway providing a high volume of traffic. In addition to the local customer base, Waushara County has 90 lakes that have homes and cottages that are summer homes that add a second customer base. Landscaping and plant placement provide an excellent opportunity for tree and shrub sales.
This beautiful winery produces many great award winning wines that appeal to all palates. It is an integral part of the community and is involved in many worthwhile causes. The wines are distributed throughout the Piedmont Triad and Triangle and are also shipped, by request to most of the US states.
The winery began with a dream in 1993 and evolved in to a full blown winery in 2004. They grow and produce wines from traditional French, Spanish and Italian grapes grown on their estate. They also contract and produce estate wines from neighboring growers. They are in one of the State's designated AVA approved growing regions. One of the true pioneers of the wine industry in North Carolina.
Vineyard and Winery on 10.57 Acres located in the Foothills wine Country. Boutique winery surrounded by 7 acres of pristine vineyard. Tasting room with commercial kitchen.
This state of the art meat processing business is located in the heart of Missouri's agricultural business region. The company was founded 24 years ago, and the current owner has enjoyed 12 successful years. Since the new processing facility opened the company has increased revenues 34.3%. Seller believes that the new plant could accommodate double the current output.6
Established in 1994, this Boutique Quality Colorado Winery is located on California Mesa at 5400 ft. altitude and is surrounded on 360 degrees by lovely views of breath taking mountains. Currently, producing 3500 cases and can expand to 10,000 cases without more capital expenditure. Positive Cash Flow. Allowed to have up to 6 Tasting Rooms. Turnkey Operation: Winery licensed to produce up to 100,000 gallons (41,660 +/-cases). Denver Storage and Delivery of 16 products in CO. * 3 Tasting Rooms - Glenwood Springs, Montrose and Olathe. * 65 Wholesale Accounts - appx. 75% of Income * Inventory - appx. 1900 cases. * Work in Process - 2480 gallons ready to bottle. * Optional Vineyards (10 ac.) and Acreage (15 Acres) - Buy Separate. * Wine making and vineyard equipment, lab and supplies. * 100 Oak Barrel capacity - in stock 30 - 70 gal. & 15 - 60 Gal. * SS Steel and Poly Tanks - 10,000 gallons capacity. * All LOGOs, Website, Copyrights, Approved Labels, Commercial Artwork, E-mail List, and much more. Buildings on 2.5 acres: Tri-County Water, Natural Gas & 3Phase Electric * Production Building: 1260 +/- Sq. ft. - 30' X 42" X 12" Steel Building with 10' X 10' Overhead Door, - 2 Steel entry Doors, 8" Concrete Slab Floor with In-Floor Heating, - French Drain, Hot Water Heater and Boiler, - 5 Ton A/C, 3 Ton Chiller with Piping, - 30' X 16' Concrete Crush Deck with small Trailer Dock. * Tasting/Barrel/Storage Building: 3360 +/- Sq. Ft. - 42' X 60' X 16' Steel Building with Build-Outs. 18 Wheeler Dock, - 12' X 12' and 8' X 9' Overhead Doors, 5 Ton F/A Heating and A/C, - 8" Slab with heat, French Drain, Finished Steel with Heavy Insulation, - Tasting Room - 600 sq. ft. with 18' Cherry counter, Cabinets & Cupboards, ceramic Tile Floor. - Upper Storage - 840 sq. ft. - Tast'g Room, Shipping & other Supplies - Warehouse - 42' X40' 16' (26,880 +/- sq. ft.), Barrels & Case Storage 12.5 Vineyard: Automated Drip System - 20 to 30 Acre Capacity - Irrigation - Uncompagre Water Users (Federal) - appx. 1 share per tillable acre, Headgate on property - Vines - 6 Vinifera: Pinot Noir, Merlot, Lemberger, Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay, and Gewurztraminer - 2 Newly Planted Hybreds - Elk Fenced with gates
Well established business with annual revenues in excess of $3.1M and sellers’ discretionary cash flow of $216K. Client Company is located in Pennsylvania and has grown to 9 full and part time employees managed by the owner and two capable managers. Client Company key considerations include: >Strong customer base and brand recognition >28% market share of local compact tractor market >Culture of providing the best possible customer service >Compound annual growth rate – 13% >Strong bottom-line margins – 7% (industry average – 2.2%) >Industry forecast growth rate of 10% between 2014 and 2018 >Diversified complimentary product lines >Strong OEM relationships with industry’s fastest growing brands >Ideal location in area of consistent economic growth and low unemployment >Proven sales manager (non-owner) >Cloud based Charter Software’s – Aspen “Complete Dealership Management System” The owner has created a culture of consistent superior customer service and is well situated in the rapidly expanding compact tractor segment of the dealer market (tractors under 40 horsepower). Organic growth drivers offer significant revenue enhancement potential. Client Company presents a rare opportunity to acquire the area’s dominant compact tractor dealer in the fast growing “rural lifestylers” niche market due to the owner’s desire to retire. Client Company’s owner is seeking a strategic buyer that can capitalize on the Company’s operational strengths and excellent reputation built by delivering the industry’s fastest growing brands with exceptional customer service. Owner is committed to Client Company’s future success and is willing to assist the new owner during and after the acquisition.6
1,000 organic lavender plants on 7 acres of flat rich soil, all organic. Incredible lease opportunity, you will not find land available at this price. Distill your own oils and make your own products to sell. Distilling equipment included in sale, solid brass, the same system used for centuries. Formulas for arthritis rubs, gardening products, pet products, lotions, and linen sprays included in the price. Sharing this land is a farm to market organic produce supplier. Farm stand opportunity on the land that will be worked with the co-tenant, or sell at farmer's markets, retail, or internet. Produce and sell your organic oil wholesale.
Gorgeous 45 Acre Horse Farm with 20 Acres in cross-fenced established pasture, 5 Acres of Special Event Space, and 20 Acres of wooded trails, in Middle Tennessee. Established 1650 Sq. Ft. Pavilion with Board Certified Commercial Kitchen and Stack Stone Fireplace. Great venue for weddings, private parties, and special events. Inventory includes 115 white folding chairs, 10 60" round tables, 4 6' rectangular tables, six picnic tables, and all commercial equipment in a "ready to go" kitchen. Two separate cedar arbors adjacent to Pavilion. Pavilion has been hosting parties and weddings since 2008. Five luxury rental cabins overlook the lush horse pastures and picturesque valley. Each cabin has a different floor plan, as well as a unique "theme". They are fully furnished and stocked, ranging from four to six years old. Our property is located between four stellar State Parks, which brings people nationwide to enjoy all of the recreational opportunities in our area. Bluegrass festivals, hiking, fishing, photographing the many waterfalls, Cumberland Caverns...just to name a few. There is a boat launching ramp to the Caney Fork River 2 1/2 miles from here. Centrally located on our property is a beautiful 32' x 40' Barn with a 1250 sq. ft. apartment overtop. The apartment has two bedrooms and two baths, with a small office. There is also a full bath downstairs. Shed roofs on each side provide horse stalls as well as a 16' x 40' enclosed area with four bays. Much more storage inside, as well as another horse stall. There are two electrical "hook-up" sites for trailers with living quarters. Situated among the pastures is a 180' x 80' arena with great footing, and a 60' round pen. There is plenty of opportunities for someone to expand upon the idea's and business that has already been established.6
Thurston County, WA
Our food system is broken, an epidemic of diet-related disease has spread across the nation*. Now, more than ever, the most adversely affected are too busy to learn how to eat well, to prepare healthy meals, to shop, to make responsible food buying decisions. Educating the masses is cost-prohibitive, encouraging people to change their lifestyles is an uphill battle, and developing a critical mass of awareness is nearly impossible using traditional media venues. Making a difference requires a solution that is not only environmentally sustainable, but also financially viable. A way that encourages consumers to make the right choices, a model that engages them, one that takes the guesswork and inconvenience out of buying fresh, healthy, local, delicious, nutritious, and sustainable foods. It requires a supply orientated approach geared toward the ideals of the modern consumer. In the last 5 years we've seen junk food peddlers like McD's stock prices fall, while healthy alternatives like Chipotle thrive. Times are changing, and our model is poised to capitalize and even drive demand for healthier alternatives. The current landscape is begging for a tried and tested strategy, a catalyst for change, a way of doing business that can be replicated time and again, built on proven results. It's taken us over 15 years of research and 5 years of hard work to develop a model that does all of this. At our little corner market you'll find organic rotisserie chicken, hand-made artisan sausage crafted from humanely raised "clean" pork, freshly ground beef from 100% grass-fed cows, the best selection of fresh organic produce in town, and a whole lot more. We've responded to consumer suggestions and feedback, building a robust selection of the finest foods around with a loyal customer base that stands behind everything we've worked toward. Our social media following dwarfs many national brands and positions our market as the leading resource for all things food and farm related in our community. Our market represents a paradigm shift. Without relying on fuel purchases, cigarettes, alcohol, or junk food, we've turned a hidden little 1600 sq ft vacant space into a bustling natural foods convenience store boasting over $70k/mo in sales. We hope to find a buyer who share's our vision and has the capital required to expand and grow through franchising and strategic acquisitions. By doing so, we can change the way people shop for food, bringing back the old way of doing business with faces you recognize, people you know, and food that is locally produced. We're on board for the long haul, or willing to hand it all over to the right buyer. Are you ready to be the change you want to see in this world?
Barnstable County, MA
Commercial and Residential Business - Yearly contracts Tree work all phases (Pruning,Removal,Stump Grinding, Brush Cutting, Cabling) Our Customers are used to clean ups after work is done, so that it looks like we have never been there. Landscape all phases (Planting from trees to flower, Mowing, Mulching, Dethatch/Aerate, Pruning, Weeding, Snow Plowing). Some Construction work - Masonry-Hardscape Work Maintenance weekly and daily on some accounts Quality and dependability are the back bone of our company.
This is a very well established, independent, full service lawn and garden center in business for over 40 years and located in a wonderful community close to the North Carolina coast. A great business in a great place to live. It offers general hardware products, top-of-the-line lawn and garden equipment, nursery plants, and related lawn and garden products. Service components include landscape design and a service center for equipment. Real estate is included. Center operates in an excellent location along a key traffic corridor. Retail sales building is 16,500 sq ft. Additionally, there is a 2,000+ sq ft equipment service shop, a 1+ acre nursery, three retail greenhouses, and additional warehousing spaces all located on a 4+ acre property. An excellent business opportunity for an entrepreneur with passion and vision for the lawn and garden business and who is ready to take this leading independent center to the next level leveraging its local roots and superior customer service in a market tired of the big box alternative. Timing is everything: consider this business now as the economy ramps up for growth, the real estate market firms up, and as consumers shift their preferences to the service levels and specialty products offered by independent entrepreneurs with locally-focused business solutions. You will start with substantial sales, good cash flow, a locally respected brand, a strong team in place, and a very well-located and substantial piece of real estate. All inquiries highly confidential.
Small Agricultural Manufacturer has invented, designed, manufactured and distributes a popular grain auger attachment. The attachment allows the operator to remotely maneuver the grain auger to and from the underbed of a semi trailer and other grain hauling equipment. This attachment has other applications such as remotely opening and closing gates. The attachment is mainly marketed directly to end users through the company's website. The company has one main distributor located in Minnesota. The product is manufactured at the owner's farm in southwest Minnesota. The owner of the business warrants the product for one year. Approximately 80% of sales are direct through the Website and 20% are through mainly one dealer.
San Joaquin County, CA
Repair,replace,install domestic and agricultural pumps. Commercial,agricultural electrical installation,repair,troubleshooting. Sale of watersystem parts and accessories.
Since 1990 this business has continued to grow and gain a great reputation in the marketplace. The bamboo business is highly specialized and the seller has built a great model , and team, that any true garden lover will be able to run and enjoy. Just last year they moved from the previous location to a new six plus acre site on a high traffic road. The new location has a great long term lease in place with favorable terms and the Seller has truly made this a special place to enjoy the bamboo shopping experience. When you see the website and my profile sheet you will see what I mean. So far this year sales continue to grow and the Seller expects this to be a banner year with the new location. This is truly a niche business that is making a lot of progress in the area with commercial landscapers, builders, and locals wanting to create the island experience at home. The business model makes revenue from retail sales, wholesale sales, installations, and maintenance of of bamboo for clients. The new location does offer 2700 sq ft building with plenty of parking, free wifi, with plenty of display settings to view the different bamboo options. It is grown right on site and will be sold with approximately 200k in retail priced inventory at time of sale but this is a moving target. The Seller wil stay on for a period of time to help with the transition and really wants to find a good fit who loves to get the hands dirty and grow things. The Seller also says that the new location is large enough that you could start to ship product from sales over the website which is another new revenue opportunity. Email Mike Kane at email@example.com for details and an NDA.3
Thriving wholesale ornamental plant nursery serving all segments of the wholesale trade. Key customers include mass market, hotels, landscapers, interiorscapers and florists. Favorable long term leases on prime locations on 2 islands with room to expand. Many exclusive products, vendors and licenses. Just 5 minutes from the #1 beach in the USA, rated this year.
Lewis County, WA
40 years of growth, annual revenues over $2M, and a practiced commitment to a sustainable future. Over 20,000 customers, a well regarded brand, in a gorgeous valley near Mt. Rainier. National media coverage in the New York Times, Martha Stewart Living, the Los Angeles Times, and others. Regular mentions in local newspapers across the country. The yearly catalogue is very informative and has a committed following. The majority of revenues are from catalogue and online sales. The mission is to provide fruit, nut, berry and other edible plants to American gardeners and the information to successfully grow these plants. The nursery also provides unique and important edible plants for gardeners throughout America. The nursery strives to provide a work place where the employees enjoy their work, have a safe environment and earn a living wage. There are 10 employees in the summer with 30 or more employed during peak season. The seller and current staff will continue working with new owner(s).
Manufacturing and Sales, including wholesale sales, of a wide variety of lawn, garden, and AG liquid handling equipment. Company also provides components and repair parts.
Chenango County, NY
Internet based business has been in business over 15 years. We provide production and processing equipment to small to medium poultry producers. Business has grown every year since inception and the market shows no sign of slowing. Because this is internet based it can be operated anywhere in the country. We currently sell and ship across the US and internationally. We are the only company of its kind to offer the range of products in the US and Canada. Tremendous potential for growth as we regularly receive requests from around the world to supply products internationally.6
Kettle Falls, WA
Located in a prime agricultural area, our climate and soil, along with irrigation water from the nearby Columbia River, offer the perfect mix for growing quality trees. We grow for zones 2-3 including Alaska, Canada, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and California. Earning an exceptional reputation in the Industry, our experienced and knowledgeable crew tend to the trees and farming practices keeping the Nursery healthy, tidy and virtually weed free. We have an onsite mechanic which keeps our production line efficient with quick turnaround on maintenance issues. We maintain a staffed office, providing excellent customer service. Our main concentration is on wholesale tree sales, but we also offer retail sales to our community by appointment only, landscape services after the digging season, and commercial snowplowing and de-icing in the winter.
Business established in 1981 - real estate includes 4 bedroom, 2 story farm house with 50,000 SF of greenhouses supplied by a reverse osmosis watering system, and a 1,248 SF packing house with walk in cooler. Farm produce was supplied to the military and found in many commissaries until 2006, now the produce supplies hotels and restaurants, and natural food markets, and resorts from Orlando to West Palm Beach. The farm produces baby English cucumbers, sweet cherry tomatoes, beefsteak tomatoes, Holland sweet bell peppers, ghost chili peppers (the hottest in the world), 10 varieties of lettuce, cilantro, arugula, mushrooms, escarole, frizze, Swiss chard, bok choi pesticide free, all grown in greenhouses undercover and protected from the cold and the heat, and the rain, hail and bugs. For 34 years the family hydroponic business has delivered hand picked and hand packed produce. Established contacts with buyers for produce; bring your family and live on a farm in paradise and go to work in your own backyard.
Well known and famous Certified Organic Farm in Homestead/South Miami, FL serving five-course culinary masterpieces by Miami’s finest chefs using local organic products and fine wine. The organic farm sells its harvest to Whole Foods, local Farmer’s Markets in Miami and its Dining in Paradise venues on site. The property also includes four (4) bungalows for guests demanding all natural and organic surroundings, a main 3/3 house w/natural pool, office, production buildings, greenhouses and outdoor main dining area. The farm includes 7.5 acres of micro-greens, oyster mushrooms, tropical fruit trees and 52 varieties of edible flowers – all grown in an organic surrounding! This is a no-stress business for anyone who loves the peace/tranquility of natural living! The owner will provide 30 days training/support along with long-term consultation.
One of the largest, well known and respected wholesale plant nurseries in the Lower 48 States with a total of 60+ acres of land (prime real estate) and more than 1 million square feet of greenhouse space. This business is known as one of the top 100 growers in the region. Strong relationships with a loyal customer base that includes some of the nation’s largest retail discount chains and big box stores, independent retailers, grocery, home improvement stores and hotels
Paso Robles, CA
This is not only a rare opportunity to buy winery of this quality but an even more rare opportunity to make the change of a lifetime. Set in a picturesque, tranquil country setting, the facilities have been renovated and enhanced by artwork and extensive landscaping. Located near two major California highways and on a major wine trail, this winery has been known as a leader and innovator among this new breed for its distinctive branding and image a must visit kind of tasting room. The winery has focused on developing world class ultra premium and luxury wines and it attracts tasting room traffic with effective local branding. The 2-3,000 case production, 15,000 case capacity winery utilizes select green technologies and has been constantly maintained and updated. With a good team of key employees this is perfectly suited for an individual buyer, a vineyard owner or custom crush winery looking to take the next step. There is room to build a home, expand the winery or plant.
Founded in the late eighties the owners have created a destination winery where guests experience hospitality at its finest. Their hospitality concept is a unique combination of five star fine dining, great wines and world class music and has created the foundation for a robust direct-to-consumer wine business...and 20 million people within two hours. During the recession the owners fine tuned their business model and decided to put more focus on wine club and direct to consumer wine sales. They are seeing positive results of this approach and revenues are growing. Hospitality sales hurt by the recession are once again rebounding with fine dining recovering and concert sales are enjoying a robust year. Production capacity - 20,000 cases Number of wines - 28 Event capability - 1,00 people, 500 cars Total acres - 20 Total Buildings - 25,000 to 35,000 sq ft Key investment considerations Destination with a reputation for Quality Food, Wine and Music - Acclaimed hospitality center where customers experience hospitality at its finest with a blend of award-winning wines, fine dining and performances by well-known musicians. Prime Location - This Southern California winery has the best location on a major wine trail in a market of 20 million people within a two hour drive. Tradition of high-quality wines - The winery carries a full line of finely crafted wines that have won many awards. It also includes some truly unique wines that differentiate it from its competitors. Platform to further develop direct-to-consumer wine model - Maintain and enhance the focus on the wine club so that more visitors become members, who provide the steady stream of recurring revenues needed to build a highly profitable, best- of- breed direct-to-consumer winery selling 30-40k cases per annum. Solid Foundation to Enhance a Great Story - All the ingredients are there to build on this great story.
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