LEASEHOLD - If you are seriously considering an opportunity to run your own business on Costa del Sol and be successful then this is an opportunity that you really do not want to miss.It is not often you have the chance to take over an already running and successful business on this great street.The business is currently trading as an English Cafe and is the only one in the direct area. The street is the main one that everyone goes too for their food and drink giving massive footfall.Decorated and kitted out only just over a year ago the business has a really fresh and light feel when you walk in, having made use of great colour to really create a bright and modern feel.The front terrace has space for 8 tables and chairs so clients can make the most of the great weather that we have here and inside there are nice comfortable seating areas and then additional tables and chairs too.The licence permits opening till 2 am Sunday to Thursday and 3 am Friday and Saturday.The kitchen is set up well with Plancha, 2 x fryers, cooker, Microwave, Toaster, fridge and freezer. Everything is there that you need to run a very successful cafe bar of this size.Behind the bar there are ample fridges to ensure that you keep all the drinks well chilled. There is also a coffee machine, cake fridge and wine fridge.The building has a full alarm system with CCTV cameras.There are ladies and gents toilets with the ladies having baby changing facilities.The owners are prepared to sell the business with all fixtures and fittings allowing this to be a business you can trade from the moment you sign for it, and immediately start making money.The location of this business really is a massive selling point as it is the busiest street in Alhaurin el Grande for food and drink venues. The road is busy as it is the main route in and out of town.Alhaurin el Grande:Alhaurin el Grande is located on the north side of the Sierra de Mijas at a height of 326 meters above sea level, with a benign climate of mild winters and hot summers and more than a third of the days per year have sunshine. It is 29 km from Málaga and 18 km from Marbella.Its inhabitants are known as alhaurinos or laurinos. It is the thirteenth largest city in the entire province of Málaga in population, second only to coastal municipalities, the cities of Ronda and Antequera and nearby Alhaurin de la Torre (2009). It has a population around 25,000, but there is a large presence of foreigners settled in the town, estimated to represent nearly 5% of the total population. It also contains the neighborhoods of Chorro or San. Anton, el Bajondillo, San Isidro or Camino de Coin, la Huerta or el Barrio del Alemán, la Fama or the neighborhood of Palustre, plus several developments such as La Paca, La Chíchara, El Cigarral or Sierra Gorda and the hamlet of Villafranco del Guadalhorce.In the municipality traces of different civilizations have been found, from the oldest to abundant Roman and Moorish remains. The municipality of Alhaurín el Grande has seen the history of Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Visigoths and Arabs that have settled nearby.In the forested areas southeast of Alhaurín el Grande, there are traces of Neolithic occupation, witnesses to the long history of human habitation of the area. These traces were found at Las Huertas Altas and near La Casa Forestal.Subsequently, the agricultural growth of the place took a big leap in quality with the arrival of the Greeks, who left their methods of cultivating the land, olive trees and prune grafted vines.By the time that the Romans arrived, the tiny Iberian settlement in the Sierra de Mijas was already well established, but if it had a name the Romans chose not to keep it. Instead they gave it one of their own. The village became Lauro Nova. It was a spot apparently blessed by the gods: fertile, temperate, and surrounded by hills riddled with valuable mineral deposits. Roman villas popped up around the centre of the village and the hills are still dotted with their remains. There is also evidence of the existence of different settlements in various parts of the term municipal of Alhaurin el Grande, such as: Dehesa Baja Camino de Coín o la Alquería during the Roman period. The most important are those of the Fuente del Sol and Huerta del Niño, named after a burial with a tombstone of a young Roman having been discovered. Numerous Roman remains and objects such as columns, ceramics and coins have been found.It was a golden age which became a little tarnished during the time of the Visigoths. The town was in no danger of disappearing, but its development was exceedingly slow. It was not until the Moors took it on and built it a fortress on a hilltop called Torres de Fahala that it began to move again. The Moors also gave it a new name, Alhaurín, meaning "Garden of Allah". Like the Romans before them, they linked the township to a second to which they gave the same name, the two now being known as Alhaurín el Grande and Alhaurín de la Torre. To the Romans they had been Lauro Nova and Lauro Vetus.