The owners of a Lichfield garden centre have confirmed the business has been put up for sale.
The 3.74 acre site at the Plant Plot Garden Centre has gone onto the market.
In recent years, a number of independent businesses have also opened on the site, including a gym, car wash and craft traders.
Owner David Rusholme said he hoped the new owners would be able to continue the expansion of the centre.
“It has been a privilege to expand the Plant Plot as a family-owned, thriving independent business, which is well known and respected in the Lichfield area.
“I look forward to handing over this special place to new owners that, I am sure, will take it to the next level.
“As Lichfield continues to expand with a significant amount of new housing being constructed over the next few years there is great potential to expand the customer base to a new generation of gardeners.”David Rusholme
The centre currently attracts around 80,000 visitors a year and has let units with existing tenants.
A Victorian house and a nursery area occupying approximately 0.46 hectares are also being sold by Savills on behalf of the owner.
Kay Griffiths, associate director at Savills, said:
“This is a thriving garden centre and retail business offering diverse income streams and can be purchased as a whole or in separate lots.
“It offers a purchaser an opportunity to take a hands on approach continuing to expand the range and scale of facilities offered or to increase the rental income by letting the garden centre which is currently owner-operated.”Kay Griffiths, Savills