The Buck House Inn

Burnsville, North Carolina
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Property Type
Bed & Breakfast / Inn
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Property Overview

Nestled in a valley on a roaring creek, surrounded by mountains, this 6-guestroom inn has run successfully for 10 years. Built as a primary residence in 1904 by the Buck family. The home was fully restored in 2008 and sold to the current owners in 2012 and opened as a B&B. The 7.5 acre property is located just inside with the gated community of The Preserve at Wolf Laurel.

Property Description

Guests of the inn have a multitude of activity options at their disposal, ranging from passive enjoyment of the property itself like quiet trail walks, “porch time” or enjoying yard games to experiencing nearby outdoor activities such as AT hiking, golf, guided horse and UTV trail rides, or on-site or nearby trout fishing just to name just a few. Only a 20 minute drive away lies the quaint mountain town of Burnsville, offering guests local shopping and dining options. Other close-by towns offering additional experiences include Mars Hill, Weaverville and Asheville, all just 25-45 minutes away.

Business Description

A handicapped accessible guest room on the first floor is accessible via a rear paved driveway and bridged walkway to the hall entry. The second floor includes a 2 bedroom suite, and three additional guestrooms. An 860 sq. ft. owners' living quarters is located on the third floor. Seasonal Duration: Although the inn has primarily been used seasonally during the months of May thru October, the inn’s season can begin earlier in the Spring and extend longer into the Fall and Winter months. In addition, the property is very well-suited to accommodate weddings, family reunions, corporate events.

Reason for Selling

Life change.

Terms & Asking Price

Exclusively sold by Premier Sotheby's International Realty - D'Ann Ford, Broker. 828.774.0288