Coastal South Carolina Inn for Sale
Offered for sale at $2,700,000
We are very excited to privately offer this Coastal South Carolina Inn for sale. The waterfront property enjoys a very enviable location in an active, reachable, and historically charming market within an hour of the region’s two most highly celebrated leisure travel markets (and respective airports).
This special destination market has long welcomed guests onto its historic streets, with moss-draped live oak trees, stunning water views and palatial mansions. While the circa 18th century Inn has been upgraded and renovated over time, the property has maintained its historic charm and appeal, with original wood floors, crown molding, windows, fanlights and side lights, and other features that are highly marketable to guests seeking a unique, upscale experience. A formal Charleston-style courtyard with fountain, capacious columned front porch, and well landscaped grounds offer outdoor areas for guest use and add to the general appeal of the property.
Inside the Inn, a formal dining room, formal sitting room, and bright conservatory offer dedicated space for guest use, all with double height ceilings and preserved architectural details. A dedicated front desk and separate gift shop lead to the Innkeeper’s private office which is adjacent to the Inn’s kitchen. The newly constructed owner’s quarters is on the ground level with two bedrooms and an open concept kitchen, dining, and living space.
This special coastal South Carolina inn for sale enjoys an ideal location in an authentic and well-established destination location. The historic significance of the market and the appeal of traditional hospitality within the region have led to a strong business at the Inn in recent years and promises new owners (investors and owner/operators alike) opportunities for personal and financial growth well into the future.
- 10 Guest Rooms
- 10 Guest Room Baths
- Has Owner's Quarters
- Photo Gallery
- Offered for sale at $2,700,000
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