Peter Beales Garden Centre for sale via Christie & Co

by | Jun 23, 2023 | Business, Independents, News | 0 comments

Specialist business property advisor, Christie & Co is delighted to bring to the market, Peter Beales Garden Centre in Attleborough, Norfolk, along with its successful online rose business, Peter Beales Roses. The business and property are being marketed at a guide price of £1,450,000 plus stock.

Peter Beales Garden Centre and its online platform is an independently run business which trades from a large circa 10-acre freehold site. The garden centre has undergone significant recent renovations, including a large extension to its Rosarium Restaurant which now boasts 80 internal covers plus external seating. The sale also includes a detached bungalow located on the site.

Business Director, Kenneth March comments, “The garden centre business has been growing at a faster rate than industry averages and the large site includes a significant proportion that is currently undeveloped, so this opportunity offers considerable long-term scope for the new owner to continue growing the business and develop the site.  In addition, Peter Beales Roses has a high reputation for quality roses and has won 28 gold medals at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show and many other accolades besides. It also has an active rose breeding program, having introduced many new roses over the years.”

Tom Glanvill, Director in Christie & Co’s Garden Centre team, who is handling the sale, comments, “With a combined turnover in excess of £2,300,000 per annum and huge scope for further growth, this business is one of the most exciting opportunities to come to the market in recent years. The business could be a great add on for an existing garden centre group or may appeal to a newcomer to the sector who is looking to buy a trading business. In this case they will get the benefit of the exceptional brand and heritage that comes with owning one of the best-known rose growers in the country.”

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