POPULAR NUNEATON CHIPPY GOES UNDER THE HAMMER NEXT MONTH AT LOVEITTS’ AUCTION

26th April 2018

POPULAR NUNEATON CHIPPY GOES UNDER THE HAMMER  NEXT MONTH AT LOVEITTS’ AUCTION

Hungry investors could bag themselves the perfect 'plaice' without being 'battered' on price when a Nuneaton chippy goes under the hammer next month.

The popular Wale's Fish and Chip Shop in Bond Street - famed for its crinkle cut chips - is one of the lots being sold by leading local estate agent Loveitts at its next auction in Coventry.

Entrepreneurs will have the unique opportunity to bid on the freehold building - which is ideally positioned on the edge of a busy town centre, just a stone's throw from the Nuneaton bus and railway stations.

And as well as the shop front, the building also houses a restaurant space on the first floor, presenting a second business opportunity for any potential buyer.

With a guide price of between £200,000 and £220,000, the team at Loveitts is confident the fish and chip shop will prove incredibly popular and will attract a great deal of interest.

Loveitts Director and Auctioneer Sally Smith said: "We all know that Brits love their fish and chips - it's a love that continues to grow. Wale's Fish and Chip Shop was incredibly popular with generations of people in the town and it can be again.

"This is a unique opportunity for a buyer to purchase a business which already has a good reputation in the town and possibly even develop it further. We are expecting a great deal of interest in this business as there is much scope to make it a huge success."

The building, which sits opposite the Ginger Tree Restaurant, is approximately 2,835 square foot and is within easy access to the A5, A444 and A47.

It will go under the hammer on May 17th at Loveitts' next auction - which takes place at the Village Urban Resort Hotel in Dolomite Avenue, starting at 6.30pm.

Other lots at the auction include a grade II listed farmhouse in Coventry's Tile Hill, a three-bedroomed end terraced property close to Warwick University and a plot of land in Leamington's Nursery Lane.