3 Obi Obi Road
mapleton QLD 4560


Sweet and Flour Bakery Cafe have two stores on the Sunshine Coast.

The owners have been successfully running this bakery business for 14 years.

They started out in Montville Patisserie, then branched out to the town of Mapleton where they custom built a new store for their growing bakery needs. Years on, they closed the store in Montville to bring their well-known bakery products to Nambour.

They have now decided to move on to new adventures.

The Mapleton store: $320k WIWO

Open 7 days a week with Sunday being a no-bake day.

Current turnover is $500K per year

Has been in operation since March 2012

Production can be completed by 1 baker and 1 apprentice/assistant with a 6 day baking week currently in operation

The shop can be staffed by 2 workers completing 15 hours total over the day.

The Nambour store: $130k WIWO

Open Monday - Friday only

Current turnover is $225K per year

Has been in operation since March 2019

This shop can be staffed by 2 workers completing 17 hours total over the day.

For further details please contact Vanessa Brunton 0467448850.

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Property Type - Retail

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Contact Details

Get in touch with our team at First National Real Estate Carolans

Vanessa Brunton

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0467 448 850

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