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Price of busy Derbyshire farm shop and café is slashed

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If you’ve fancied yourself behind the counter of your very own farm shop selling cheese, local meats, fruits and vegetables then there might be Derbyshire Farm Shop that’s right for you. However, this opportunity isn’t so much your Open All Hours and you won’t have to be Arkwright to make a splash as it already has a popular fan base, according to the agents marketing the business.

Located on Matlock Road in Kelstedge, near Chesterfield, the lease at Marsh Green Farm Shop and Café is available for £94,950. But that price has been slashed from the previous asking price of £124,950, set back in April this year.

So what do you get for your money if you, indeed, are the person who fancies taking on the challenge of competing alongside other farm shops across the Peak District National Park?

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The first thing to say is that it’s not just a Farm Shop. Marsh Green comes with a café area with both outdoor and inside seating.

The business has been trading since 2011 and currently employs around five members of staff and has a very loyal local customer base with many relying on the shop for their locally sourced fresh produce. The business is also on the major road linking Chesterfield with Matlock with thousands of cars rushing by every single day.

Rightmove, which is advertising the property for sale, say: “It is not very often a business of this quality and offering comes to the market. Marsh Green Farm Shop and Café has been trading on the site since approx. 2011.

“It’s immaculately presented with high end fixtures and really has a high end professional feeling. The friendly, professional team is made up of five members of staff, one of which is full-time and four part-time.

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“The farm shop offers its clients a wide range of fresh, local, and artisan products, ranging from pies, cheeses, meats, fruits, vegetables, local ales, ciders, wines, gins, and much more. The Business is run at a pace to suit the owners and on limited staff.

“This business has so much potential to push further and take it to the next level. Staff adjusted there is the potential to serve a lot more customers. The Business trades 7 days a week 9am till 5pm, with no evenings or special events, again a market that could easily be tapped into further pushing revenue up.”

Currently, the business is available for sale on a leasehold basis and has a turnover of around £422,000 a year.

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