Levi Deal Mansion

Meyersdale, PA   Offered for sale at $699,900

The Laurel Highlands in the western part of Pennsylvania, with its outdoor adventures, wineries, theater, railroading history, river rafting excursions, ski slopes (and more!), have been drawing leisure travelers out into the country for decades. In 1900, the coal and timber baron Levi Deal built the home for his family, and the village of Meyersdale (maple syrup capital of PA!) has been welcoming guests with their small town friendliness and warmth ever since.

The Mansion has 5 guest rooms (although the Carriage House has recently been used as a private residence for family), all with ensuite baths, and large owner’s quarters. The first floor captures the Gilded Age of design and décor, with original stained glass windows, common rooms featuring the warmth and style of various woods, and the turret and bay windows add distinctive architectural interest on all the floors.

Just a couple of blocks off the Great Alleghany Passage, a popular hiking and biking trail, the inn boasts four season hospitality and is ranked #1 in the region by TripAdvisor. You, too, can experience the pleasant lifestyle of small town inn ownership with this Viable business venture!

A historic and pleasant neighborhood setting and with four season area attractions that draw guests, this Inn of the Gilded Age is a Must See! To find out additional information, and to schedule a tour, contact Marilyn Bushnell.

Property Details
  • 5 Guest Rooms
  • 5 Guest Room Baths
  • Has Owner's Quarters
  • Built in 1900
  • Last Renovated in 2010
  • Opened in 2007
  • Building is 7,500 SQFT
  • Lot is 0.19 Acres
  • Photo Gallery
  • Property Website
Financial Details
  • Offered for sale at $699,900
  • Occupancy Rate: 45%
  • Average Daily Rate: $205.00
  • Terms: Turnkey, fully furnished
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