Treborth Garden Centre up for sale

Treborth Garden Centre, Bangor, which only opened in 2005, has closed and is now being offered for sale.

The centre, one of the largest garden centres in north Wales, stopped trading last week.

Director Simon Quinton Smith, of commercial property consultant Quinton Edwards, said the centre was built just five years ago and was a modern building with a house on it.

Quinton added that the owner, a builder, had appointed receivers last week.

The freehold centre includes 2.08ha of land, two lakes, and parking for 116 cars, as well as a 158-cover restaurant with 40 seats outside.

Quinton Smith said the Treborth Garden Centre was "modern with a highly successful restaurant".

The centre has a turnover of £1.23 million and potential for concessions and extensions that could increase that to £1.75 million, said Quinton Smith.

Treborth is offered for sale at £1.55 million.


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