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Major brand with excellent volume inside and outside. Rent includes taxes and tank maintenance. Strong earnings.
Tolland County, CT
Long established Deli with Grocery Store , located in a Connecticut Historic District on a scenic pond .This listing includes two stores in the same historic district. Both are long established with a loyal customer base. The first store has a strong deli lunch business and ice cream shop with seating for sixteen. The second store has take out deli with a Village Post Office included. Both stores have Lottery , and propane sales. This business will best suit someone with experience in deli and culinary skills . Strong potential for bakery sales and off site catering.
New Haven County, CT
Profitable convenience store with deli and grill serving breakfast and lunch. Location on a busy road. 8 door walk-in new 3 yrs.
Hartford County, CT
Gas Station/C-store and Deli Non-Branded gas station and convenience store and Deli. Store located on main road with high traffic volume in area of large and affluent town. Station has been established for over 30 years with little competition in the area. Has good gas sales volume with high profit margin. Inside sales are profitable. Lottery commission is good. Income is also generated from ATM
New London County, CT
This un-branded gas station is located on one of the busiest roads in New London county, in Connecticut. It has a very well-run convenience store. Store earns $45,000 a month, in gross sale. It is a self-serve gas station. As the seller owns the property, so the rent can be negotiated. Seller must sell this gas station, as he owns many other businesses, and this one is too far from his physical range. He is willing to finance. Seller's net cash flow, after paying all the expenses, is over $70,000 a year.
Well established and successful gas station and convenient store open 24 hours located close to the Rhode Island border, Casinos. state parks and picnic grounds. Business has a high volume of inside sales and pumps approximately 85000 gallons of gas and diesel fuel per month. Dunken Donut occupies a portion of the store which increases the number of people visiting the store. The store is priced to sell quickly by a motivated seller who is prepared to provide some financing to a qualified buyer.
Fairfield County, CT
Upscale deli with great location next to train station. Seating for 12 could be more. Opportunity to increase business by opening earlier to catch commuter traffic. High markup due to location.
This fifty years-old convenience store is located at the corner of an intersection, which is the center of a very busy commercial zone in New London CT. It is a free-standing building, having its own parking space. Rent is just $2250; there is a fully furnished apartment on top of the store, which can be rented out for $500 a month, or a new buyer's employee can reside. From inside, the store is spacious and nicely decorated. It is laced with lotto, beer, cigarettes, ATM, coffee & breakfast, etc. The business earns $1600 a month in commission, through lotto. Its monthly gross sale is over $40,000. Hours of operation are 7am to 9 p.m. The seller's net cash flow, after paying all the expenses, is $8,000. The seller must sell this profitable business, because the seller, along with his family, wants to go back to his native country. If location is important and vital, this business has a great location.
This gas station is pumping up to 70,000 gallons per month at a margin of between $.10 and $.12 per gallon. However, since this station is operating on a commission basis the owner is receiving 60% of the gross margin and the distributor 40%. Food & drink sales are about $400 per day from a small kiosk style market. The location is prime on a busy north/south state route in the main shopping section of the city. A major factor from an expense point of view is the monthly rent of only $1,750 per month with no additional common charges. Hours of operation are 6am to 10pm. Food & drink inventory on hand is approximately $3,000 and is to be paid in addition to the purchase price. The business has a straight ten (10) year lease expiring in December 2019. The gas distributor will require a $15,000 refundable deposit covering gasoline in transit and a $15,000 non-refundable deposit at closing. After a deal is consummated with the current owner and a satisfactory relationship is established with the distributor, a conversion from a "Commission Basis" to a "Dealer Basis" is possible, where the new owner will buy the gas, set his own prices, and keep the entire gasoline margin. Rent, however, will be increased. Lastly, lottery had been in effect but was discontinued. It should be re-instituted with the new owner. Previously, lottery commissions were $300-$400 per month.
Business is a long established convenience store of about 1,500 sq.ft. with annual sales of about $430,000 including strong lottery commission income of about $60,000. Owner runs the business with his wife and one part-time employee. Business serves a safe, upscale neighborhood. The real estate of land and building encompasses about 15,000 total square feet including the building of about 3,000 sq. ft. which includes the store and two separate rental apartments and a large parking lot for about 10 cars. The real estate is available as a three-year lease option transaction for $350,000 subsequent to sale of the business. Some renovation work on the building would be productive coincidental with the decision to expand the food service area including, possibly, a kitchen. The product line includes the customary convenience items of coffee, milk, bread, snacks, soda, beer, chips, canned foods, frozen foods, nearly everything consumers look for in a quick stop location.. The deli area is not presently in operation. It needs to be re-established and enlarged to take advantage of the sales opportunity. Customer demand is readily apparent. There is no immediate competition in convenience items or deli items as this location is surrounded by single family homes. It is quite unique in this regard. Inventory of about $25,000 is not included in the purchase price. Some seller financing may be available subject to certain conditions.
Windham County, CT
Litchfield County, CT
Rocky Hill, CT
Middlesex County, CT
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