Lady Amelia Inn & Restaurant

Cross Hill, South Carolina
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USD $650,000
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Property Overview

Unique opportunity to run a working Bed & Breakfast Inn AND successful fine dining restaurant business near 11,400-acre Lake Greenwood, in the beautiful upstate area of South Carolina. Lady Amelia is near a variety of recreational venues, including boating, fishing, jet-skiing on 11,400-acre Lake Greenwood, numerous golf courses, cultural venues, and special events all over the upstate. Nearest city is the micro-metro City of Greenwood, about 20 minutes away, known for its festivals, uptown charm, quality healthcare and service amenities.

Property Description

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Nicely landscaped property of 3.75 acres (survey available) is surrounded by privacy trees and contains the main House, restaurant, 2 support outbuildings, gardens, and ample parking for 18 vehicles. Wooded in back. Space for horses. Total square footage for the two businesses is estimated at 6,768 sq. ft. - 4,212 sq. ft. for the B&B including owner's quarters with additional 2 bedroom/two baths, and 1876 sq. ft. for the restaurant, plus an additional 680sf upstairs, newly updated with HVAC, electrical and drywall/texture.

Business Summary

Sellers chose to make the restaurant the primary focus of their business and the restaurant provides the bulk of the revenue, open for dinner 3 evenings a week. Set-up is also conducive to other modes of operation, i.e. special events, venues, catering, increased B&B business, etc. Sale Price includes B&B beautifully furnished/fully equipped, and restaurant trade furnishings with all the accoutrements. TURN-KEY OPERATION.

Reason for Selling

Sellers built a successful business with value, with an eye to sell and travel.

Terms & Asking Price

Max 60-day closing.


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