Do you have big dreams to run your own company?

Perhaps it's time to make those dreams a reality with one of these businesses. 

It has been a tough year for companies up and down the country and it's no surprise that so many doors are being sadly shut for good. 

However, with enough ambition and passion the right owner could breathe new life into these businesses.

Here are some businesses in the area on the market right now: 

The Oxford Blue, Crimp Hill, Old Windsor


Bucks Free Press:

It's not Buckinghamshire, but this iconic restaurant in Old Windsor is currently on the market for £1.5million. 

The property boasts three internal trading areas that can provide 50 covers  as well as a huge front veranda (30 covers) and a rear terrace with 30 covers. 

Additionally there is staff accommodation on-site as well as a full fitted high spec Athanor commercial kitchen.

A huge property like this needs the right kind of investor to take it to the next level - if this interests you then find out more information on Rightmove.

Argos site, High Street, High Wycombe


Bucks Free Press:

The  Argos site that takes pride of place on the High Street in High Wycombe is currently on the market. 

Currently being leased to Argos until May 2023 the current owners receive a rental income of £87,500 per annum. 

Argos are currently not in occupation of the property, so the new investor would need to have a long term plan in mind for this space. 

Find out more on Rightmove. 

Four & Twenty, Padbury, Buckingham


Bucks Free Press:

It's always sad to see a pub change hands, as they play such prominent roles in our communities.

But if you've ever fancied yourself as a pub landlord then perhaps now is your chance with this freehold pub in Padbury.

The gorgeous two-storey property is Grade II listed and was built in the 1800s. 

It benefits from living accommodation to the first floor with two en-suite chalet style letting rooms to the rear. 

The village pub is at the heart of Padbury on Main Street and also benefits from outdoor seating areas. 

Find out more on Rightmove.

Queensway, Bletchley, Milton Keynes


Bucks Free Press:

This property in Bletchley is available for sale through auction at a guide price of £425,000.

The premises comprises a two storey double fronted retail and storage area on the ground floor which was formerly used as a florist. 

Upstairs was formerly used as office space however it could have its usage change to become a residential two-bedroom apartment.

If you're interested in this property visit Rightmove. 

Sam's Deli, Eden Centre, High Wycombe


Bucks Free Press:

Have you ever fancied running your own cafe?

This lovely cafe and takeaway holds a prominent location in the Eden Centre in the heart of High Wycombe. 

After five years of successful trading the current owners are now wishing to retire and relocate.

The excellent location within Kids Corner allows the business to take full advantage of the many special entertainment events the centre organises throughout the year.

Available with a good staffing team currently in place and a full business handover this is an ideal opportunity to take on a busy and thriving cafe.  

Find out more about this business on Rightmove.