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THE PERFECT RETIREMENT DREAM HOME!!! This long-standing community favorite Bed & Breakfast has been in the same location and under the same ownership since 1994. The Owner has recently passed away and her daughter is overseeing the sale of the business. The house was built by the late owner and her late husband in 1994. This B&B is large by Industry standards with 10 guest rooms, AND a 2-3 BR living quarter for the owner. Each guest room has its own bathroom, TV, and heat & air controls. Large central gathering spaces, along with huge balconies upstairs and downstairs provide a friendly and home-like atmosphere. There is room to serve breakfast, lunch and dinner to all guests. This B&B is situated in a sleepy, beautiful, quaint Ozark Mountain town with a strong tourism-based local economy.

 

This is a Turn-Key operation ready to make money, and the business simply needs an owner. THE SELLER IS MOTIVATED TO SELL!! This opportunity is a turn-key Bed & Breakfast, complete with 22 years of name recognition & history, a beautifully built and maintained 4488 square foot house with a carport AND a two-car garage, living quarters, loyal customers & GROWTH POTENTIAL for less than the Market Value of the business!

 

An adjoining house is on an adjacent lot, and can be rented out for additional revenue streams, or a buyer can live in it and use the additional rooms for guests in the B&B.  This would create an additional 2-3 guest rooms, thus providing additional revenues.

 

The business & all of its assets comes with the purchase of the house. Owner Financing is available. Contact Shep Campbell at (870) 450-3734 for more information; or email Shep at shep.campbell@cbiteam.com.

 

Asking Price: $299,999

 

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