Description About This Posting: Salon And Spa - Full Service
Great opportunity to buy a full service salon in a growing community with a small town feel. In addition to the local clients, the clients who have relocated here love the relaxing and comfortable atmosphere of the salon plus the great schools and colleges available in the area. Located just walking distance from coffee shops, parks, shopping, restaurants and bars for those who want to make a day of it or simply enjoy the convenience of proximity!
The salon is in beautiful condition both inside and out, with six styling chairs with sinks at each chair, two manicure stations, a pedicure area and a facial room. The salon layout would also be perfect for a barber salon. Additionally, the building has its own parking lot, offering added convenience and security for our patrons.
The Lincoln area continues to grow by adding new homes and new businesses, bringing more potential clients and networking, partnership and promotion opportunities with other local business owners.
Current salon services include shampoo, haircut, blow dry, barber cuts, beard trims, color services, waxing services and nail services. Additional amenities of the building include: private bathroom, washer/dryer hookups, AC/heat, double-paned windows and private front porch.
The salon is in its own building that the sellers currently own. The building is for lease with option to buy or for sale with purchase of the business.
The sellers will stay on to transition their clients and operations of the salon to the buyer.
The area the salon is located has seen tremendous growth the past several years and will continue to grow with several new planned communities in the area. This is the time to capitalize on the forward momentum of this special neighborhood!
For further information please submit an inquiry through this Web site. You will be required to complete a Non-Disclosure Agreement prior to receiving any additional information. Financial information is only provided after the initial phone interview with the Regional Business Broker assigned to this listing. Images on this Website are stock images and not actual images of the business. Broker, broker's agents and broker-associated, employees and all other affiliates of Broker have NOT verified any of the information provided here. By submitting your inquiry through this Web site you are granting Broker permission to add you to Broker's email subscription list.
To get more information about this Salon And Spa - Full Service business for sale in
Placer County please phone Darrin Davenport (Intermediary, Agent - BRE License #:01224602) at 866-802-0508 - if you get
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Salon And Spa - Full Service, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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