The Langside Café first opened its doors in 1920 in Langside Place, close to the Battlefield monument, and has grown to be one of the area's favourite businesses.
Popular for its home made ice cream, filled rolls and sweets, the little café has been put on the market for just under £70,000.
Described as a "bright south facing unit at the junction of Langside Place and Millbrae Road in the Langside area of Glasgow’s south side", the café has seating for 28 customers inside and a further 8 outside together.
A post on property website uk.businessesforsale.com, which is advertising the sale read: "Specialising in home-made ice cream, good food, and great coffee together with a large range of sweets and confectionery this business is an easily managed operation ideally suited to an owner manager or couple with limited staff.
"Low overheads make this a profitable and easily managed business."