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Unique find! Originally built as a tobacco warehouse in 1870, this historic building was transformed into a modern, 20-unit boutique hotel in 1988. Reproduction brass chandeliers hang from 9' high ceilings and period vertical wood paneled walls are covered with historic photos and vintage posters associated with the original tobacco warehouse. Massive hand hewn beams and vestiges of the original tobacco elevator have been preserved and showcased in the hotel's guest rooms and hallways. All of the guest rooms feature dramatic 9' ceilings with exposed beams and are, by industry standard, quite large. Current owners have architectural plans and permits to add kitchens to 8 deluxe guest rooms to facilitate extended stays. The scenic Litchfield Hills have been the haunt of multitudes of affluent urbanites seeking a restorative respite in the country for decades. Litchfield County is well known for some of the best antiquing in the country and as a thriving cultural center for the arts, music, theater and, of course, fabulous dining establishments. The location of this unique lodging property is ideally suited as a starting point for tourists following the popular Connecticut Wine Trail. The property also lends itself to the development of food and beverage service. A wine bar perhaps? Exclusively Offered at $1,100,000 with possible owner financing.
Listed by Pamela Long
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Federal 30-year interest rate: 4.03% last updated on 2017-04-27
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