Popular Swimming Teaching Business in Derbyshire
- Classes for all levels
- Leasehold opportunity
- Brilliant reputation
- Low overheads
- Huge scope for growth
For 20 years the current owner has helped a range of clients overcome their water phobia and gain the confidence to eventually swim unassisted, introducing them to the water slowly and using proven techniques whilst in the water.
The business has an exceptional reputation amongst its client base and receives many referrals via word of mouth, thus making this an unmissable opportunity for any trained swimming teacher.
The first 12 months’ rent is included in the sale price, which is £16,000 P/A for the pool and downstairs rooms.
The business can be relocated to the buyer's location if required.
The business is operated from the owner’s home in Derbyshire, which includes a private pool, changing space, living facilities, and accommodation for the owner and any students completing intensive/residential courses. A supermarket, multiple takeaways, and park are nearby.
The current owner teaches a wide range of adults of all levels from the UK and abroad, totalling over 2,000 students. The client base comprises those whose job necessitates swimming capabilities, alongside others learning for occupational health and fitness reasons. Complete beginners are well-accommodated with private lessons to fit their lifestyles and residential courses are offered at a reasonable cost.
A highly informative website is also on sale at an additional cost to be negotiated. It evidences in-depth knowledge of swimming phobias and techniques, which provides credibility to the business.The current owner has agreed to stay on for a transitional period and has offered to pass on their teaching methods.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a new or existing swimming instructor looking to add private tuition to their portfolio. Alternatively, an occupational therapist or swimming coach could also utilise the business and fulfil its potential.
There is currently no advertising or social media platforms in place, which could be created to widen the business’ online exposure and gain new clients. Updating the website with a more modern aesthetic would also provide the business with a more professional image. The owner presently works 4 hours a day, so the new owner has a huge scope for growing profit margins by working full-time.
A new owner could take the website and relocate the business to suit their needs, perhaps by renting a lane at a local swimming pool for 1-2-1 lessons.
- Residential Location
- Close to Local Businesses