Camargue Business Brokers & Realty

BP for Sale, 1.5hours from Sydney

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Property Description

One of the most lucrative businesses on the market today.
Fuel sales approx 275 000 litres per month @ 7c per litre.
Unbelievable shop sales approx
$75k to $85k per WEEK!!!
Selling for $1,3m
New 15 year lease at $22k per month.
Stock $200k to $250k
BP fuel bond $150k

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