CARRIAGE HOUSE NOW INCLUDED IN NEW PRICE!
The Market Street Inn Bed and Breakfast is a 7100 sq ft 9 BR 9.5 BA, fully restored home, Design #143 by Architect George Franklin Barber constructed in 1892. One of the 9 rooms in the main house is currently innkeeper quarters, (new addition 2003) located to the rear of 1st floor. Now included, but optional, is the 2000 sq ft Carriage House which features two high end suites on the first floor and a 2 BR 1 BA apartment on the second floor. All guest rooms have en suite bath, six of which have a whirlpool tub for two with shower and two have shower cabinet and no tub. Innkeeper quarters has a single whirlpool tub and a separate walk in shower with double shower heads and seat. In the carriage house, one suite is grand deluxe, The Hunt Club, and features a whirlpool tub for two and a separate walk in shower cabinet with body sprays. Helen’s Suite is ADA approved— a shower with transfer seat and roll under sink per code. Both units have heated tile floors in the bath.
The main house has two parlors and large dining room on first as well as a the kitchen, laundry, office, 1/2 bath in addition to a complete innkeeper quarters. All original mill work and pocket doors remain along with 6 original fireplaces. Each guest room has either an original or electric fireplace. All mechanical systems have been updated to modern standards and all but two windows have been replaced with dual pane windows. HVAC systems have 4 zones—utility efficiency abounds!
This property concept could be changed to Airbnb type and eliminate serving breakfast or any other configuration your imagination can conjure.
This offering is turnkey at $650,000 for both buildings or $495,000 for the main house with a 2 year option on the carriage house at $150,000. Properly zoned for the current use in an R-2 district, two blocks from the City Center and court house and just across the street from an events venue called The Pillars. This offering includes two weeks of training, almost 30 years of Goodwill as a bed and breakfast and a successful track record of profitability.
Updated on March 17, 2022 at 3:41 pm