Business

Seven Ipswich businesses for sale right now

WANT to get into small business?

Here are seven existing Ipswich businesses on the market; they range from commercial office spaces, to cafes, retail and even a car wash.

Some listings are new, others have been on the market for a while.

 

1. Own a hotel

Fancy running a hotel?

The 4.5 star rated Quest Ipswich Serviced Apartments on Warwick Rd are up for sale.

The complex has 32 apartments with a mix of one to three bedrooms and is advertised as having a solid client base servicing the RAAF, as well as other industries including health and education.

Price: $1.38 million.

realcommercial.com.au/property-hotel+leisure-qld-ipswich-502257342

 

2. The wash

Love the smell of soap suds? If taking on your car wash business sounds interesting why not check out this business for sale in Goodna.

The Goodna Car Wash earns about $167,000 per year and has a lease agreement locked in until January 2022.

Price: $1.835 million Neg.

Read more: realcommercial.com.au/property-showrooms+bulky+goods-qld-goodna-502255202

 

3. Revive a classic    

Want to open a convenience store, a retail shop or some office space on a main road?

The old Saddle World building on Downs St next to FigJam & Co Catering is on the market and it's at 1312 sq m it's a decent block of land.

Price: $629,000 Neg.

Read more: realcommercial.com.au/property-retail-qld-ipswich-502228950

 

4. Granny's legacy 

Continue a long standing Ipswich eatery in the middle of the CBD by taking over Granny's Kitchen Coffee Lounge and Take-Away in the mall. 

The business has been up for sale for about a year, so far with no takers.

The new owner will have the option of living on site. 

Price: $795,000 + Stock at Hand Neg. 

Read more: realcommercial.com.au/property-retail-qld-ipswich-5941031

Granny's Kitchen in the Ipswich Mall is for sale
Granny's Kitchen in the Ipswich Mall is for sale Rob Williams

 

5. Fast investment

You can buy Ipswich's newest Hungry Jacks before it opens.

There's been a few hiccups at Brassall Hungry Jacks but construction is almost finished and the block of land is up for sale.

Technically you won't own the restaurant, but you can be assured there is already a long term tenant.  

Hungry Jacks is yet to confirm an opening date for the Brassall store.

Read more: realcommercial.com.au/property-retail-qld-brassall-502174582

File
File Emma Channon

 

6. Be your own boss

The owners of this Ipswich carpet cleaning and best control business are looking to retire and want to pass on their client list to a fresh face.

Their customers include schools, hospitals, retirement villages, car yards, offices, motels, clubs and churches.

Price: $139,000 Neg.

Read more: realcommercial.com.au/property-retail-qld--502037754

 

7. Go organic 

Want to pick up where someone else left off in offering ethically sourced, organic food in Ipswich? 

Nourish Cafe in the popular Top of Town precinct is up for sale much to the regret of its founders. 

You can snap up this unique cafe for $249,000 plus the value of stock on hand when the sale goes through. 

Read more: realcommercial.com.au/property-retail-qld-ipswich-502258074

Topics:  ipswich real estate small business



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