The Inn At Jackson

Jackson, New Hampshire
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Property Overview

Hall of Fame Trip Advisor Award of Excellence! This true turnkey property has 14 spacious guestrooms with private baths, gorgeous lobby, sunny dining room facing Jackson Village, cozy den with stone fireplace, three-room owner’s quarters with full kitchen, mountain views, and is a short walk to village restaurants and shops. $380,000 in revenues in 2018! It has potential for an 8 room carriage house, could be a great Air BNB property, or a retirement home for the right buyer.

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The Inn at Jackson was built in 1902 as the summer home of Kate Corrine Baldwin of Brooklyn, NY and of Baldwin piano family fame. The property and was designed by world-renowned architect Stanford White (1853-1906). In 1922, it was sold to Ella and Arthur Gray and became known as Gray’s Manor until 1935. Since then, under various owners, it has continued to be used as a hostelry, with such names as Alrich Inn, Jackson Lodge, and its current name, the Inn at Jackson.

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