Have you ever dreamed of running your own business?

Perhaps you’ve always wanted to run a bar or maybe you saw yourself as a proud shop owner.

If you’re ready to take the plunge, there are some fantastic businesses up for sale in East Lancashire.

If not, you can still take a look inside some of the properties for sale and see if you recognise any of them.

Here are five businesses up for sale on Rightmove.

Cha Cha’s Takeaway, Yorkshire Street, Burnley
Offers over £22,000

Lancashire Telegraph: Inside the takeaway (Photo: Rightmove)Inside the takeaway (Photo: Rightmove)

This takeaway is on the market for just £22,000.

It’s described as being in a “prime” location with plenty of passing trade and regular custom from the local Clarets football club.

There is a small seating area, with staff members already employed.

The shop comes with all the fixtures, including CCTV cameras, chapatti makers, pizza fridge and much more.

Learn more about this listing on Rightmove.

Number 39 Brewery Tap bar/nightclub, Darwen

Lancashire Telegraph: Number 39 bar (Photo: Rightmove)Number 39 bar (Photo: Rightmove)

Do you fancy yourself as a bar owner?

Number 39 Brewery Tap is on the market for the first time since it was established 10 years ago.

Lancashire Telegraph: Inside the bar (Photo: Rightmove)Inside the bar (Photo: Rightmove)

It has an excellent reputation in the area, with a lot of repeat trade and regular clientele- This business has also been in the ‘Good Beer Guide’ for the last eight years.

It currently stocks a vast selection of largers, spirits and wines, while specialising in ales.

Learn more about this listing on Rightmove.

Tung Lok, Colne Road, Burnley

Lancashire Telegraph: Tung Lok takeaway (Photo: Rightmove)Tung Lok takeaway (Photo: Rightmove)

Tung Lok Chinese takeaway is up for sale- and it is an excellent investment opportunity.

The family-run business is well established in the community and the new owner can simply build on the business’ success.

Lancashire Telegraph: Inside the takeaway (Photo: Rightmove)Inside the takeaway (Photo: Rightmove)

Along with the restaurant, the owner also gets a “spacious” two bedroom flat on the first floor, which can be lived in or potentially rented out.

Learn more about this property listing on Rightmove.

Nisa local, Whalley New Road, Blackburn

Lancashire Telegraph: Would you own an Nisa? (Photo: Rightmove)Would you own an Nisa? (Photo: Rightmove)

Could you own a busy Nisa store?

This shop is centrally located with all fixtures and fittings included in the sale.

It also has an average weekly turnover of £14,500- so this is a potentially very lucrative opportunity.

Lancashire Telegraph: Inside the Nisa store (Photo: Rightmove)Inside the Nisa store (Photo: Rightmove)

The previous owner put the shop on the market as they are relocating to be close to their family.

Learn more about this property on Rightmove.

Dilly’s Desserts, Standish Street, Burnley
Offers Invited

Lancashire Telegraph: Inside Dilly's (Photo: Rightmove)Inside Dilly's (Photo: Rightmove)

A dessert café is on the market- and it has been a highly lucrative business for the current owner.

From ice cream machines to waffle makers, all fixtures and fittings are included.

All the purchaser needs to do is take the keys and start trading- could you be the one to do so?

Find this listing on Rightmove.