Historic Presidential B&B Inn

Plains, Georgia
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350,000
Asking Price
5
Guest Rooms
6
Baths

Property Overview

If your dream has been to operate a bed and breakfast, check out this rare opportunity! This Victorian southern charmer located in Plains, Georgia, is available for purchase. This house is one of the oldest in town with as much history as this unique southern town, best known as the birthplace and lifelong home of President Jimmy Carter.

Built in 1910, this property boasts both original and upgraded characteristics. It has 4 bedrooms all with ensuites, 3 sitting rooms, a gorgeous dining room and updated eat-in kitchen, plus a utility room with a washer/dryer, sink and toilet.


Property Description

1910
Year Built
3,313
Sq Ft
No Restaurant
Owners Quarters

The house has ornate woodwork, stained glass windows, original tin ceilings, crystal chandeliers, a wraparound porch with swing and 17 white columns, 3 balconies, ADA compliant handicap accessible ramp in the back, a detached owner’s or mother-in-law suite, a storage building, and a partially fenced in back yard. Located on a beautiful, shady lot just off main street in historic downtown Plains, you will be within walking distance of restaurants, museums, local boutiques, and antique stores.


Business Summary

You’ll also be just across the street from President Carter’s 1976 campaign headquarters, in the old train station that marks the geographical center of town. President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, dined almost weekly in this house for many years, and they also received countless VIP guests here. One of the bedrooms upstairs is called the “Conception Room,” where the future president’s parents reputedly stayed nine months before his birth.


Terms & Asking Price

Cash, Conventional, 1031 Exchange


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