The retail nursery has been in successful and continuous operation since 1988. The convenient location attracts customers from nearby Blue Springs, Lee’s Summit and Independence, MO. The garden center has a reputation for quality plants, flowers, shrubs and trees coupled with personalized service and knowledgeable, friendly personnel with a keen eye to customer satisfaction. This professional approach in a casual setting brings customers back year after year. The nursery also has a great relationship with its many suppliers and is able to offer the high quality plants to its customers at a great value.
The current owners are semi-retiring and are developing a separate line of business in another geographic area. They wish to sell the assets of the nursery and garden center operations for $75,000 plus inventory and lease the real estate associated with the nursery which includes the 2 ½ acre site and the greenhouse.
This is a great opportunity for a buyer who would like to purchase a turn-key nursery operation, including the current company name and brand, and invest in a proven business with good upside potential. The 2 ½ acre location on a major thoroughfare is considered an ideal retail location with great visibility and easy access. The loyal existing base of customers is a big advantage for the new owner. The site is also currently being utilized by a landscaping operation. There is flexibility to retain that relationship or provide room for growth in the nursery or other landscape or lawn maintenance operations. The opportunity to lease the real estate means the buyers capital is free to be directed to growth of the nursery or expansion of other services.
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