For sale: Kilwin’s Chocolates in Black Mountain

Kilwins_2013

Kilwins_2013Here’s the blurb on Kilwin’s in Black Mountain:

Kilwin’s Chocolates, Fudge and Ice Cream in Black Mountain

Kilwin’s in family and tourist friendly Black Mountain for sale. Current owners work 15 hrs/wk, opportunity for major cash flow increase for full-time owner operators. Sales continue to rise at this fun business in a picturesque historic downtown. Business owners remodeled the 1300 SF building with attention to detail in 2009. Walk right in and own this profitable franchise with a steady local customer base. Business purchase: $234,900.

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4 Comments on "For sale: Kilwin’s Chocolates in Black Mountain"

  1. “Business purchase” means that you’re buying the brand and licenses and equipment and merch but *not* the building, right? If that price included a building in downtown Black Moutain it would be a pretty crazy deal!

  2. Don’t the same folks own the Asheville and Hendersonville locations …
    are they for sale as well, or just the one in BM?

    If they’re just attempting to sell the BM location one wonders why… if it’s the money maker they claim.

    • I’d like to know how they make any money, only working 15 hours a week.

      • The implication is that even almost fully staffed by outside employees, the location makes money. If an owner-operator (especially a couple) takes over a significant percentage of those compensated hours, they can make more money because they’ll keep a larger share of the profits. That assumes that the owners can’t make *more* money using their time in some other way, of course . . .

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