Description About This Posting: Restaurant - Price Reduced
Price Reduced To Only $69,000 For Asian Restaurant With Beer & Wine License In Central Roseville
Asking Price: $69,000
Location: Roseville, Placer County, California
Yearly Revenue: $240,000
Yearly Cash Flow: Contact for Information
Monthly Rent: $3,640
Price Reduced to only $69,000 for this popular Asian Restaurant which has been in the same ownership since 1993. Located in Central Roseville, a bustling city and a suburb close to Sacramento with a population of around 128,000 and a household Median income of $75,000. An ABC Type 41 beer and wine license is included along with this fully equipped Restaurant Business. Roseville is fortunate to enjoy many restaurants with a range of ethnic variety. This particular restaurant has been at these premises for 24 years and due to a recent death in the family the owners wish to sell this, their long established business and move on. A fully loaded kitchen with a 20ft Type 1 hood with fire suppression system, 4 Wok stove, deep fryer, 6 burner stove with oven, broiler, walk-in fridge, walk-in freezer, dishwasher and ample work surface. The nicely decorated dining room has seating for 96 with a high visibility Main Street location. 2,500 square feet with monthly rent of only $3,840 including NNN. No financials are available but all the assets of the business are included in the sale. Complete the ��Non Disclosure Agreement' and we will send you the name and address and a full list of equipment. We'll also send you the Broker''s contact information so you can discuss this opportunity in more detail
Organization: Corporation | Year Established: 1993 | Current Owner: 1993 | Employees: 4 | Seating: 96 | Square Footage: 2500 | Parking: 100+ | Licenses Required: Health, Business and ABC Type 41 beer and wine | Days Open/Hours: 11am-8.30pm Mon-Sat. Closed Sunday | Reason For Sale: Death in the Family |
Yearly Revenues: $240,000 | Contact for Information
Monthly Rent: $3,640 | Lease Expiration: New Lease Negotiable | Yearly Adjustment: New Lease Negotiable | Lease Option: New Lease Negotiable | Security Deposit: New Lease Negotiable |
To get more information about this Restaurant - Price Reduced business for sale in
Placer County please phone Steve Zimmerman (Intermediary, Broker - BRE License #:01310250) at 415-945-9701 - if you get
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Restaurant - Price Reduced, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
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