Wareham, MA

This Unique Store In East Wareham Is Now For Sale

Dianna Carney
Photo bySeakers II

(EAST WAREHAM, MA) Seakers II, a beloved local business that offers custom-painted furniture, antiques, handmade gifts, and fun art, has recently announced that it is for sale.

The store's Facebook page shared a Craigslist post which explained that the current owner is planning on relocating to another state and would rather hand off this great opportunity to a new business owner who is as caring and hardworking as they are.

"Have you or any of your friends ever thought about owning and running your own upcycled furniture business? I’m relocating to another state and would hate to close my doors. I’d rather hand off this great opportunity to a new business owner that is as caring and hard working as we all were.
We have taken great pride to offer furniture, custom furniture, home decor, arts and gifts. Looking for someone to come in and invest in this turn key business. Everything is set to go. Just turn the key and start." - Seakers II

Located on Cranberry Highway in East Wareham, Seakers II provides 4500 sq ft of retail space, a woodworking shop, a paint booth, two bathrooms, and plenty of parking. If interested, the current owner explains they could stay on for a given time to show the new owner how the business runs, and how it can be made even more successful. The post shared by the local small business explained that they are looking for "$99,900 or best offer."

To learn more be sure to check out the original post by Seakers II, or stay up-to-date with the local small business by checking out their Facebook page. In the meantime, Seakers II remains open and welcomes you to stop by!

Photo bySeakers II

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