Bread to Dough
PROPERTY TAXES: $5,546.96 in 2018
LOT SIZE: 99 x 100 (0.227 ac)*
With frontage on both Brown Street and Clear Street
FLOOR SPACE: 2214 sf *
PLUS two 8x12 Storage Buildings at rear of property
DRIVEWAY ENTRANCE ON BROWN ST.-- EXITING ON CLEAR ST.
Gives easy access for customers wanting to use drive thru window
PARKING AREAS ON BOTH STREET SIDES OF BAKERY AND DRIVEWAY
Constructed of concrete 6 thick with extra reinforcement
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED: 2018
DESCRIPTION: Extremely popular bakery and sandwich shop, all the furniture, equipment, fixtures and a beautiful new building bundled together for one amazing price! The Aerial photo was made prior to the building being constructed.
The distinctive style of the Bread to Dough Bakery building is in striking contrast to all other commercial buildings in San Saba making it stand out from the ordinary. From the exterior, it appears to be 2 buildings: the west side has a tall, red brick urban style while the native stone walls and cedar porch posts of the east side give it a definite western ranch look. This contrast defines the interior of the building as well. The larger west side houses the bakery and the east side is used by another business as a large office. Both sides are connected and could be used simultaneously.
The floor plan for the bakery side includes an amazing retail space with both built-in and stand-alone display cases shared with a dining area, a large kitchen, window for drive-thru customers, pantry, janitor area with mop sink, restroom and another large room currently used for food preparation but could be used as additional dining room space.
The kitchen has been fitted out with state-of-the-art equipment and natural gas appliances including the following:
Custom designed Captive Aire vent hood
Imperial range & oven
Blodgett convection ovens
Reverse Osmosis water unit used by water heaters and machines
Four 4 ft. stainless steel Kodi Coolers
Imperial cookie ovens
And much more!
The east side has a large single room currently used as an office with walls of native stone and wood, cathedral ceilings, and gable windows to let in natural light. The rooms center beam support is a huge antique wooden beam reclaimed from an old New England barn. The total effect of the room is attractive and interesting.
It is quickly apparent that much time, thought and expense went into the building details from the engineered concrete foundation to the metal roof and everything in between. To list a few:
22 high walls with engineered beams
Clerestory windows used to create ambiance and allow natural light
2 feet of R-35 insulation in roof
Use of 2x6 to construct walls
Old Chicago Brick used for interior walls of retail space
Solid oak floors
Knotty alder used for cabinets and trim
Decorative as well as functional ceiling fans & hanging light fixtures
Zoned air conditioning: Split units used for retail and office spaces
5 Ton A/C unit used in kitchen
Plumbing includes water softener
Beautiful grass lawn with water sprinkler system
And much more!
There is too much to itemize here. Please check out the pictures for a better idea of what is included in this almost too-good-to-be true opportunity. Other than a few personal items, everything can go!
PLEASE NOTE: Even though this building is currently used as a bakery and office it is not limited to those uses. The location and building design makes it well suited for any number of other businesses.
* All measurements according to San Saba CAD
THIS PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, CHANGE IN PRICE, OR REMOVAL FROM THE MARKET WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL INFORMATION IS DEEMED TO BE TRUE & CORRECT TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE AND FROM RELIABLE SOURCES. PROPERTY TAXES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE ANNUALLY. SAN SABA REALTY OR ITS ASSOCIATES WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR ANY CHANGES OR DISCREPANCIES.
If there is another broker/agent representing the buyer, they must accompany the buyer at the initial and all other showings of the property in order to share equally in the commission. Thank you.