Offer description, location and category: Must see this liquor/restaurant north of the river with good size kitchen. Situated in an established area and easy main road. Customer parking available and easy access. Rent $90,000 per annum pl | Listed for sale in Caversham, Western Australia | Type of business: restaurant
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Liquor Stores | This business is suited for those that have a strong sales background. | Thanks for reading. | $500,000 Cash Flow: $160,000 Seller Financing | Photo Retouching, Adobe Photoshop, Mobile App Development and many more. | and NCR Silver Point of Sale software for the US and British Virgin Islands.
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