The High Wycombe businesses up for sale include shops, gyms and car garages - to name but a few. 

The coronavirus pandemic has changed everyone’s lives but as business owners struggle to make ends meet amid the pandemic - more and more properties have become available. 

Even before Covid-19 took hold, the high streets were seeing a decline in footfall and there were a record number of empty units. 

In 2019 there was a net closure of 9,169 retail premises across the UK, according to the latest statistics. 

Could you be inspired to take a leap and invest in your dream business?

Here are five of the commercial properties for sale in High Wycombe right now: 

Retail property (Argos) - HP11


Bucks Free Press:

Described as a prime retail investment on High Wycombe High Street, this property is currently leased to Argos. 

Sold as the ground floor and part first floor, the property is held on a 200 year lease from 2004 (186 years remaining). 

Currently being let to Argos until 2023 the property is leased for £87,500 per annum. 

For more information visit Rightmove.

Health and Beauty Business - Lincoln Road - HP12


This health and beauty service sales and distribution company has a turnover of £544,533. 

Founded in 2010, the business has established itself as a market leader within the advanced aesthetics industry, widely recognised as the exclusive UK distributor for Viora and Novoxel.

The ideal buyer is described as an individual who is familiar with this field, as they could easily expand on the business.

For more information visit Rightmove.

Gymfit4less - HP12


Bucks Free Press:

Gymfit4less is a fitness club that was founded in 2015 and now boasts more than 2,000 members. 

The fully-equipped gym has a variety of training rooms, dance and excercise studio, boxing, spin and stretching rooms as well as outdoor strongman training. 

Offered with a full handover and with further opportunity for revenue-streams this business is an ideal purchase for anyone looking for a 'turnkey' gym. 

The business boasts an approximate turnover of £268,000.

Garage - Town centre


Bucks Free Press:

This well-established car garage is in a prime town centre location and is fully-fitted and staffed. 

The garage is AA approved and local authority licensed for taxi and private hire vehicles. 

With a customer base of over 6,000 the business is described as boasting an ensured 


The property has parking for eight cars, a large reception area, two offices and a rear and side entrance yard for an additional ten vehicles.

Unit 3 40-40 Link - HP12 


Bucks Free Press:

40:40 Link is described a comprising a new warehouse / industrial and trade counter for sale or let. 

Close to the M40 and M25 and roughly three miles to the train staion the property is ideally located for commuters. 

Unit 3 is a mid-terrace building providing flexible space that measures 4,941 square feet over both the ground and first floor.

What business would you buy if you could? Let us know in the comments.