Hilton Smythe welcomes to the market Kibworth Fish Bar. This long-established fish and chip shop was originally established in the 1970’s. Our client took over in 2004 and now looks to sell, due to the desire to take a well-deserved retirement.
The business runs as a fish and chip shop in a prime trading location. Kibworth Fish Bar offers a great menu, this includes classic fayre such as fish, sausage, pies, scampi, burgers, kebabs as well as extras such as black pudding, calamari and potato fritters.
The fish and chip shop is well-known in this village location and boasts an exceptional reputation. We feel that the purchaser could look to consider a delivery service to the local area. Advertising this service through delivery sites such as JustEat and HungryHouse could be a great way of boosting income. Extending the menu and introducing pizzas and other fayre could be something the purchaser considers. There are several housing developments in the local area; targeting custom from new residents should be a focus of the buyer.
A main feature of this business is the exceptional four bedroom living accommodation which is a generous size and arranged over two floors, allowing for a purchaser to relocate to the business if required.
This is a fantastic opportunity that is not to be missed. The fish and chip shop is in a turn key trading position and would be a perfect purchase for a husband and wife team or partnership. Hilton Smythe highly advise early viewing to take in the full potential of the trade.
Kibworth Fish Bar is located in Kibworth Beauchamp, Leicester.
The fish and chip shop is situated in the main shopping area of the village amongst ample independent retail outlets. The fish and chip shop is also diagonally opposite a Co-Operative supermarket which has a large free car park. Kibworth Fish Bar is also just a few doors down from the village Post Office and benefits from high levels of footfall and passing trade.
Kibworth is a picturesque village in the Harborough district of Leicestershire. In 2011, the census showed the population was circa 5,400. There are several residential housing developments going on in the village, this is likely to increase the population in the very near future.
The business is set on the main high street in the village. The road is close to the A6, an arterial a-road that runs from the centre of Leicester. As well as great road connections, the business is also set by the X7 Stagecoach and X3 Arriva bus services which run through the village to Leicester and Market Harborough.
Kibworth Fish Bar is a well-signed property on a retail parade. The property is clearly visible to passing trade and benefits from a generous amount of footfall and passing trade.
The premise briefly comprises: -
On entry is the waiting area, there is a window and glazed door to the front creating a light, airy and inviting interior. The fish and chip shop is presented and maintained to the very highest standard. The retail space has tiled flooring and walls with a suspended ceiling with inset LED spotlights.
3 pan Preston and Thomas stainless steel range
Till and wrapping area
Light oak effect base units with inset 4 pot Bain Marie
Illuminated menu boards
Twin glass fronted drinks chiller
Beko upright fish fridge
Daewoo industrial stainless steel microwave oven
Hand wash basin
Twin kebab machine
Further range of light oak effect base units with generous run of worktop above
Two pot Bain Marie
Generous kitchen/preparation area with tiled floor and walls.
Range of base units with good run of worktop
Stainless steel sink with good sized drainer
Free standing cooker with gas hob and oven beneath
Stainless steel larder type fridge
Polar twin doored American style freezer
Potato peeling machine
Useful store room with chest freezer and two upright freezers.
Useful storage for potatoes.
Rear garden store
With power and light
The owner’s accommodation is unfurnished.
Beautifully presented and maintained, entrance from shop kitchen. This kitchen has beech effect base and wall units incorporating glass display cabinets, plate racks, spice racks and traditional styling cues. The kitchen has tiled worktops and splash backs, built-in under oven with gas hob above, twin sink with antique brass effect tap and drainer, window to rear, tiled floor with room for dish washer. The kitchen is generously sized enabling a large dining table and chairs to be positioned in the centre of the room, this is ideal for family dining.
With hand wash basin and tiling to dado height and window to side.
A lovely and inviting room, tiled floor giving a Mediterranean feel. There is a hatch from the kitchen, feature Corinthian pillars, cornicing to walls and intricate ceiling rose.
Continuing from the lounge is a lovely dining area with tiled floors, cornicing, feature wall lights, ornate marble effect feature fireplace with built in cupboard, window to front and door to street.
Good sized double room with window to rear and coving to ceiling. En-suite shower room with white sanitary ware and window to rear.
Double room with window to front and coving to ceiling.
Good sized double with window to front and artesian ceiling.
Double room with window to rear and an en-suite shower room.
Lovely ‘sun trap’ garden mostly laid to lawn with established borders/flowerbeds. There is a covered pergola, block paved paths and patio area. To the side is a useful area for bin storage and a gated pathway to the street at the front of the business.Tenure
We are advised the business is being sold as a Leasehold opportunity.
Original lease length: 25 years.
Remaining lease length: 21 years as of 2017.
Rent: £19,760 per annum.Hours
The business opening hours: -
Monday: 4:45pm – 10pm
Tuesday - Saturday: 11:45am – 2pm & 4:30pm – 10pm
The business is run and managed by our client, with the help of six part time members of staff.Financial profile
Accounts available at viewing.