Local favourite up for sale

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A PIECE of Arbroath’s tourist appeal could be yours for just a snip under £300,000.

The Sugar and Spice tearoom on High Street has gone on the market following an instruction D.M. Hall Chartered Surveyors.

The traditional tearoom can accommodate up to 58 people and doubles as a sweet shop and gift shop down by Danger Point.

Sugar and Spice is fronted by the sweet and gift shop which entices visitors with stacks of colourful sweetie jars.

The kitchen is fully kitted out with modern facilities, an open plan service area and six-ring gas hob, oven, fridge, coffee machine and dishwashing area.

The tearoom itself has a bright airy conservatory and to the rear is a children’s play area and decking to accommodate 30 covers.

Also to the rear is parking for 20 cars as well as ample storage space.

The present owners have successfully tapped into the increasingly significant tourist trade in the town and in doing so have earned themselves a good reputation for service and quality.

Sugar and Spice is fully staffed and would make an ideal business for a husband and wife, or similar, team to run hands on.

Offers over £295,000 are sought for the property, goodwill, fixtures and fittings, with stock available over and above at valuation.

Viewing can be arranged by contacting Suzanne Lawrie on 0131 477 6000 (option 3) or business.sales@dmhall.co.uk