A RIVERSIDE café with “immense potential” is up for sale.

The café at Anderton Place, a retirement village in Northwich, has hit the market.

Sovereign Business Transfer, the firm handling the sale of the leasehold, believe there is an “exciting” possibility to grow the business.

“With a solid foundation and a proven track record, there’s immense potential for sales growth,” reads the listing.

“Expanding opening hours into the evening and introducing themed nights could further boost revenue.

“Additionally, franchising presents an exciting opportunity for expansion and market penetration.

Anderton Place is made up of 60 apartments split between two buildings.

Alongside the café, the site features a lounge, a salon, a wellbeing suite, a laundry and a TV room.

The café itself seats up to 50 inside and is open to both residents and the general public.

It offers daily freshly cooked specials, homemade soups, sandwiches, toasties and omelettes.

There is also an outdoor seating area for an additional 30 customers, overlooking the River Weaver.

“This café/restaurant is ideally situated within Anderton Place, a vibrant community located at Sandbach Drive, Kingsmead in Northwich,” the listing adds.

“The café caters not only to residents but also to the general public.

“Many residents gather for coffee with friends, enjoy salon services, or indulge in holistic treatments in the spa and therapy rooms.”

All of the catering equipment, fixtures and fittings are owned and maintained by the landlord.

As such, it is hoped that there can be a “seamless transition” to the new tenant.

 The listing ends by explaining that with an annual turnover of £82,000 there is “ample room for profit expansion”.

It adds that this could be achieved by exploring more opportunities with outdoor catering or by using online ordering platforms like JustEat, Deliveroo, and Uber Eats.

The leasehold is priced at £24,950 with rent £183 per month including bills.

“Don’t miss out on this opportunity to own a thriving business in a prime location,” the listing reads.