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Highly Profitable and Reputable Soft Furnishings Business

$795,000.00Sydney CBDListing: #NSW08256

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About this business for sale

Highly Profitable and Reputable Soft Furnishings Business

Do you have a passion for sales? Do you have an interest in interior decorating? Are you looking for real work life balance? Or, perhaps you are looking to expand your existing interior decoration business?

If so, then this business is ideal for you. Established over 30 years ago on Sydney's north shore, this business has earned its reputation as being an institution in the industry for delivering high quality service and product range to mid-high end residential home owners.

Here are the benefits a new owner will acquire with this business:

  - Earnings to an owner operator of approx. $400k (as per FY17 figures) 

  - Reputation as leading decorator on Sydney's north shore

  - Business that provides great lifestyle benefits and work/life balance - 5 days per week only.

  - Real growth options through proactive marketing, new website and social media strategy

  - Relaxed, stimulating work environment with a great team and great customers

  - Well presented showroom and office in a high visibility location in an attractive area

  - Experienced team of decorators remaining with the business to ensure the future success

  - One of Sydney's largest collection of fabric and wall paper libraries

  - Large database of active and repeat customers


This business represents great value for money and will bring a new owner much enjoyment, as it has to its existing owner as they seek to move into retirement. 


Enquire today and register your interest. A full information memorandum is provided to interested parties. 

Broker: Sean Wolrige
Mobile: 0405 784 132
Phone: 02 9899 1999

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The purchase to make his/her own investigations and enquiries in relation to the business and not to rely upon warranty or statement made by the vendor or by anyone on his/her behalf.


Sean Wolrige