CAFE BUZZ: Cherry Tree Cafe is one of five coffee shops for sale in Warwick.
CAFE BUZZ: Cherry Tree Cafe is one of five coffee shops for sale in Warwick. Contributed

Five cafes for sale around the Warwick district

EVER dreamed of trading in life at the office for one behind a coffee machine?

Now is your chance: Four of our most cherished cafes and one newcomer are all seeking new owners.

Cherry Tree:

After extensive re-branding - and winning a swag of top awards - The Cherry Tree Coffee and Dining is for sale. The cafe is on the corner of Fitzroy and Palmerin Sts

Cost: Price on application

Bryson's Place

For more than three decades, Lynn Bryson has been catering for Warwick with blooming flowers, fresh food and hot coffee. Bryson's Place has long been a Warwick gem.

Cost: Expressions of interest

Spring Creek Cafe:

There is an opportunity to continue operating the existing award-winning cafe and accommodation business that overlooks some of the most beautiful Southern Downs country. The 45-seat veranda cafe with bar, three-bedroom home and five on-site cottages are all part of the package.

Cost: Expressions of interest

Steele's Bakery:

The three strings of the business are up for sale, including the shop front in Fitzroy St, a mobile smoko van and delivery van.

The business operates with 12 staff; two full-time, 10 casuals (up to 30 hours) baker, pastry cook, retail staff and a bookkeeper.

Cost: Price on application

Stella Rossa:

A Stella Rossa Espresso Cafe franchise is currently for sale, set to be built in the Rose City Shoppingworld renovations.

Cost: $295,000



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