End of an era as Falmouth town centre 'DIY Stores' goes on the market

End of an era as Falmouth town centre 'DIY Stores' goes on the market

End of an era as Falmouth town centre 'DIY Stores' goes on the market

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Falmouth’s DIY Stores, which was first established in Webber Street in 1964, has gone on the market.

The services currently offered by husband and wife owners, Bernie and Tania Blight, include locksmithing, key cutting, picture framing and paint colour mixing.

The Blights, who have owned the business since 1991, will be happy to train anyone taking over the shop.

The freehold business premises, which incorporates a self-contained, three bedroom flat above the shop (currently let on a shorthold tenancy basis) is included in the sale, although the owners will consider selling the business without the flat and with a lease if preferred.

For further information please contact the selling agent, Beardsley Theobalds on 01392 253071 or obtain full sales particulars by visiting www.beardsleytheobalds.co.uk.

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