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524 Main Road

Nelson & Marlborough
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524 Main Road Nelson & Marlborough
proudly marketed by
Claire Stilwell
Harcourts Motueka-Mapua - Arrow Realty Limited
World Famous in Riwaka
With a high profile position on State Highway 60, Mrs. Smith's, a delightful and extremely popular café/store is available with all the chattels included, so your business can hit the ground running. The property comprises two freehold titles to be sold as one single entity and encompasses the café and shop business, a large car park and the buildings. There's no lease, how good is that? There's plenty of passing trade to be had, with tourists - especially cyclists - coming through from Motueka en route to Golden Bay, the Abel Tasman National Park and the golden beach and mountain bike park in Kaiteriteri. Then there's Riwaka itself; a pleasant settlement with a close-knit community that is more than happy to support local businesses. Indeed it's a fact; people in this region will often travel for miles to buy great coffee and good food! The vendors have built up a nice steady clientele here and the surroundings are comfortable as well as practical. There are a fully equipped commercial kitchen, a storeroom, toilets and chiller; a light and airy indoor café/shop and a lovely alfresco deck area, along with plenty of parking spaces to the side. They are keen to assist with a hand over too, if required, to help make the transition period as easy as possible for the new owners. They'll even share the delicious baking recipes and since their pies, muffins and sausage rolls are divine, so that's one hell of a bonus! Spring is upon us and now is the time to take advantage of this unique opportunity before the season gets into full swing. Being masters of your own destiny has never been more alluring, so call us now! The price is plus GST(if any) + SAV and includes Business, Land, Buildings and Carpark.
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