The Inn at Ellsworth

Hailey, Idaho
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Property Type
Bed & Breakfast / Inn
Guest Rooms
8
Baths
8
Restaurant
No
Owners Quarters
Yes
Asking Price
$2,495,000

Occupancy Rate
75%
Average Daily Rate
$159
Gross Revenue
$1
Gross Revenue Multiplier
1

Property Overview

Remodeled as a B&B in the 80’s this historic 3 story, Inn once served as a Mormon church. Each room is unique and lovely with private bathrooms, a/c and TVs, and owners quarters. The estate offers cozy lounge areas with fireplaces and a large patio to enjoy the mountain views. Nearby activities include fine dining, hiking, biking, white water rafting and beautiful hot springs. Hailey, ID is an inviting community in the Wood River Valley is surrounded by the Sawtooth National Forest is fast becoming a mecca for tourists. Hailey is also the site of the airport for the resort area of Sun Valley.


Property Description

A mountain B&B just 10 minutes from Sun Valley, includes the historic inn, 2 bungalows, and a park like area for outdoor events and weddings. The Inn at Ellsworth Estate was originally built as a private residence in 1915 for James MacDonald and his Hailey bride, Beulah Lamb. MacDonald's father was the Director of Standard Oil in London and a partner of John D. Rockefeller. The builder, Jack Rutter, constructed many of the buildings in historic 19th century boomtown town of Hailey, some of which are still standing today, such as the Liberty Theatre, Hailey Hotel, and the Masonic Lodge.


Business Description

Turnkey bed and breakfast in popular Hailey, Idaho, with on-site manager.


Reason for Selling

Out of state owners.


Terms & Asking Price

Mortgage or cash to seller.