EVER dreamed of owning your own flower shop or watching people enjoy freshly cooked food in your restaurant?

If you’re thinking of a career change then look no further, we might have found the perfect place for you to own.

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We have listed five businesses from a flower shop to a pub that are on the market across Berkshire right now and are listed on Rightmove - and they could be yours.

Zia Maria pub, Ascot

Reading Chronicle:

If you’ve dreamed of being a pub landlord then this property for sale might just appeal to you.

Zia Maria on London Road, Ascot, is on the market and is being sold by estate agents, Savills.

Savills explain there is a single entrance which leads to the bar area with central bar servery and a double entrance which leads to the restaurant area.

At ground floor level there is a fully fitted trade kitchen, utility and store areas, ladies' and gentleman's WC and cellar.

Living accommodation is provided on the first floor.

There is also a large decked trade garden which overlooks the woodlands and a small watercourse adjacent to the garden.

Flower shop, Sandhurst

A flower shop is up for sale in Sandhurst.

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Estate agents, Knightsbridge explain the shop offers flowers, balloons, gifts and chocolates, same day delivery and national and international deliveries.

The shop also supplies flowers to local major events and weddings.

Restaurant, Bracknell

A fully licensed Nepalese and Indian restaurant in Bracknell is up for sale for £95,000.

AH Lansley the estate agents said the property has a well equipped basement kitchen and self-contained three bed flat above with a sitting room, kitchen, two toilets and a bathroom.

It added: "We consider this to be a good opportunity for an experienced, hands-on operator to take over this well-established business and put their own stamp on it, taking advantage of the already loyal clientele as well as enjoying the extremely affordable rent."

Thames Valley Angling, Reading

Reading Chronicle:

Thames Valley Angling is on the market for £395,000 and is situated in Reading on Kentwood Hill.

Estate agents AH Lansley said the retail shop also has a two bedroom flat and a large garage.

It added: "The shop has been in use as a Fishing Store for many years.

"Now vacant and available for re-letting or owner use."

Commercial property, Reading

Reading Chronicle:

A commercial property, Discount Travel LTD, is on the market for £350,000.

The property on Wokingham Road, Reading, is a "freehold investment opportunity" the estate agents said.

The ground floor has a double fronted shop, stock room and office.

The first floor has a self contained flat with separate ground floor street access, a living room, kitchen and double bedroom with a bathroom.