Supermarkets for sale in York

2 Supermarkets for sale in York and surrounding areas. Looking to Buy a Supermarket in York? View our free Buyers Guide. Want to Sell a Supermarket in York? free business valuations.


Convenience Store & Off Licence in York For Sale Convenience Store & Off Licence in York
Turnover : £11,000 p.w. Leasehold : £70,000

SINGLE FRONTED SALES SHOP approximately 500 sq. ft. sales area with vinyl floor, suspended ceiling with LED lighting. We understand the shop was refitted in December, 2015. Modern adjustable shelvin...

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Supermarket and Off Licence in North Yorkshire For Sale Supermarket and Off Licence in North Yorkshire
Turnover : £11,000 p.w. Leasehold : £110,000

SPACIOUS SALES SHOP in the region of 700 sq. ft. sales area. Newly fitted approximately 2 year ago at we understand a cost of £65,000. Tiled floor, suspended ceiling with LED lighting, 3-3.75m open ...


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This page is for Supermarkets for sale in all areas York including: York, Fishergate, Fulford, Heslington, Osbaldwick, Tang Hall, Dunnington, Escrick, Wheldrake, Murton, Riccall, Stillingfleet, Warthill, South Bank, Bishopthorpe, Copmanthorpe, Rufforth, Acomb, Dringhouses, Woodthorpe, Acomb, Leeman Road Area, Upper Poppleton, Nether Poppleton, Green Hammerton, Bootham, Clifton, Skelton and Linton-on-Ouse. If you are looking to buy or sell a business in any of these areas of York then we would love to hear from you.

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Many neighbourhoods have seen the re emergence of the local supermarkets. With the frantic pace of life being able to pop in and get what you want quickly has proven to be increasingly popular. Running a supermarkets is perceived to be 'straight forward' requiring less skill sets than service businesses. Supermarkets EPOS systems support vendors in monitoring staff, and help achieve a disciplined approach to buying and careful stock control.


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'I had my one stop shop Supermarket on the market with other agents for 2 years before I met Mr Leonard and gave Nationwide Businesses Ltd instructions. They were professional and efficient arranging the first appointment the very next day. There was a stream of buyers and with Nationwide’s help we were sold and I retired within 6 months. I wish I’d instructed them sooner. – Mr K - London'