Burleson County, TX Businesses For Sale

Mad Hatter's Tea Room and Boutique in Caldwell, Texas!MadHattersTeaRoomBoutique
$270,000
Mad Hatter's Tea Room and Boutique in Caldwell, Texas!MadHattersTeaRoomBoutique

Caldwell, TX

Mad Hatter's Tea Room & Boutique is located in Caldwell, Texas. This organization primarily operates in the Tea business/industry within the Food Stores (or Boutique) sector. This organization has been operating for approximately 20 years. Mad Hatter's Tea Room & Boutique is estimated to generate approximately $495,000 in annual gross revenues, and employs approximately 8 people (FT & PT) at this single location in the heart of Caldwell's central business district. The Tea Room & Boutique's facility is located in a building built in the early 1900's which still has its original pressed tin ceiling and exposed brick wall. Situated just off of Caldwell's courthouse square, the building'd location provides for plenty of parking. The newly upholstered antique chairs seat 50 at tables adorned with lace and vintage china. The lot, building and its furnishings are all included as part of the asking price. A new owner could open the doors and be ready for business on day one.. Caldwell was named a Texas Main Street City by the Texas Historical Commission 3 years ago. The application process required extensive research and promotion by a dedicated group of townspeople. It also required a commitment from the City Government to hire a Main Street Manager. The Main Street Program seeks to preserve, promote and revitalize downtown. The present Main Street director works diligently toward that goal. The Main Street Program offers grants and low interest loans to old and new businesses. It has promoted numerous successful events that have brought locals and visitors downtown and into Caldwell's retail stores. In the past 5 years, 8 new businesses have opened downtown. Merchants recently formed a Downtown Merchants Association to promote and market downtown and share the cost. In addition, the Texas Department of Transportation is beginning construction on an entry wall designed to invite guests to our downtown square.

6Great Price /Just Reduced/ Includes RealestateEstablished Tea Room of 19 years
$299,000
Great Price /Just Reduced/ Includes RealestateEstablished Tea Room of 19 years

Caldwell, TX

The Tea Room is well known throughout the Brazos Valley for its delicious menu, personal service and boutique merchandise. If someone has not visited the tearoom, most likely they have heard of it and wanted to come. Nineteen years of targeted advertising has "gotten the word out". On any day, half of the guests are from out of town. Guests often travel from Austin, Katy and San Antonio. A group of quilters traveling from San Antonio to Dallas, always plan a detour through Caldwell on Thursday for our almost famous Coconut Pie. There are faithful locals as well, including Bridge players with scheduled parties 3 times a month. The customer base is established, large and varied. It is the only Tea Room offering an English Tea Service every 4th Saturday and by request. It is also a favorite place for Bridal/ Baby showers, luncheons and Teas. Children's dress up Birthday Tea Parties have been hosted since opening day. Now the children that we celebrated with 18 years ago are bringing their own children to dress up. Apparel, gifts and home decor are displayed around the dining area of the tea room. Guests can shop without leaving their seats. Some guests joke and call it the $200.00 lunch venue because customers frequently come to eat and stay to shop. Ironically, Nordstrom plans to include restaurants in all their new stores believing that this will keep customers shopping longer. The Tea Room is located in a building built in the early 1900's. Its original pressed tin ceiling and exposed brick wall speak the Tea Room mantra "Savor the Past while Celebrating the Present". Seated just off of the courthouse square it provides plenty of parking with a handicap space at the front door. The newly upholstered antiques chairs seat 50 at tables adorned with lace and vintage china. The building and its furnishings are part of the asking price. A new owner could open the doors and be ready for business. Caldwell was named a Texas Main Street City by the Texas Historical Commission 3 years ago. The application process required extensive research and promotion by a dedicated group of townspeople. It also required a commitment from the City Government to hire a Main Street Manager. The Main Street Program seeks to preserve, promote and revitalize downtown. The present Main Street director works diligently toward that goal. The Main Street Program offers facade grants and low interest loans to old and new businesses. It has promoted numerous successful events that have brought locals and visitors downtown and into our stores. In the past 5 years 8 new businesses have opened downtown. Merchants recently formed a Downtown Merchants Association to promote and market downtown and share the cost. TXDOT is beginning construction on an entry wall designed to invite guests to our downtown square.