Two Grove Park businesses that have been open for more than ten years are up for sale on Rightmove.

Grove Park is located on the border of Lewisham and Bromley boroughs and has its own train station with direct links to Central London and Kent, along with a bus network providing commuters with links to Bromley, Lewisham and Eltham.

It is also home to The Baring Hall Hotel – a Grade II listed pub currently undergoing renovation works, following a battle to save it from demolition after it closed its doors in March 2020.

Currently there are two businesses located in the Grove Park end of Baring Road up for sale on RightMove.

Both businesses are longstanding to the area, with one opening its doors in 2009 and another that has traded in Grove Park for two decades. 

Adamas (378 Baring Road, SE12)


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Located in Grove Park, within a stone’s throw of Grove Park station, this Eastern European convenience store first opened in 2008 with a turnover of £219,000.

The business stocks Romanian, Lithuanian and Polish food with a stream of regular customers.

The storeroom is 450cm in length and 370cm in width, while the shop room is 950cm in length and 510cm in width.

The shop also has an alcohol license for trade between 10am – 11pm on Monday to Saturday and 10am – 10pm on Sundays.

Bubble & Squeak (384A Baring Road, SE12)


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Bubble & Squeak has been a longstanding business in Grove Park for 20 years, with a “renowned reputation amongst residents” according to estate agents Hilton Smythe.

According to the agents, the owner is selling the business, after running it for the last eight and a half years, “reluctantly” due to a “change in direction.”

The café serves a mix of breakfast, brunch and lunch options such as sandwiches, omelettes, salads and sweet treats.

The business has garnered a 4.5-star rating on Google based on 94 Google reviews, with customers known “on a first name basis” with the owner.

The business, run by the owner and his wife along with a part-time staff member, is a “labour of love” according to the estate agents, and it is hoped that the new would-be owners may be able to expand upon an already “thriving business.”

The sale of the business will also include the transfer of the company’s social media, which has received much praise from diners, along with the offer of a handover from the current owner.