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Clackmannanshire chippy for sale



Surveyors and property consultant Smart & Co has a well established fish and chip takeaway for sale in the Clackmannanshire town of Alva in the Central Lowlands of Scotland.


Bollinis, located at 132 West Stirling Street, sits on the A91, the principle road linking Stirling to St Andrews, and therefore enjoys especially high volumes of tourist traffic during the holiday season but is also busy year-round.

The property measures 96sqm (1,033sqft) and occupies the ground floor of a two storey property with residential accommodation above. The takeaway has been well configured to provide customer seating to the front with toilets to the side and kitchen and stores behind the server counter. 

The food-prep area and store are all accessible from the rear via an off-street courtyard. 

The property, which has a guide price of £200,000, traded successfully until this winter and has been a long-established and successful business for many years. Accounts can be made available to genuinely interested parties following a viewing.

For more information or to book a viewing, contact Smart & Co on 01764 670 335.


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