Monday, February 15, 2016

A Treasure in Need of a Landlord 021616

A village hotel of yesteryear currently for sale.
Any interested investors out there?
There's a mom and pop grocery across the intersection
and the little town remains well populated and active.
 
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  1. It breaks my heart to see old buildings that are not cared for - what a glorious future that building could have. I hope someone buys it and fixes it up for vacation rentals.

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    1. That's a very good idea. This is near two state parks.

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  2. I have a hard time picturing that as a hotel but I'll take your word for it. I suppose someone with lots of money could turn it into a bed and breakfast. Have you been inside?

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  3. Money can turn anything into something they say. I'll pass on this treasure Gayle. Thanks joining in this week and hurry back real soon.

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  4. It is so expensive to restore a structure the size of this one, but it seems like it would make money if someone would just buy it. I like that it is on the corner. Lots of windows in all directions.

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  5. There are so many possibilities within an old building Hopefully a new owner finds a wonderful use and it comes to life once again!

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  6. Well I'm really not in the market for an old Hotel but I do hope someone buys it and restores it to it's former glory.

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  7. We currently have the same situation in my small town.

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  8. Sadly, it typically takes more money to bring an old building up to code than it does to level it and start over again. I hope someone has mercy on the old girl.

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  9. This makes me think of an old, old boarding house. The type you read about in fiction.

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  10. I agree with Martha, a lot cheaper to tear down. I wonder though if it is protected by a Historical Code? Great find. janey

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