Have you ever wanted to own a hotel in Vermont? The realty team at Landvest has just the opportunity for you. The Hawk Inn and Mountain Resort is a fifty-acre property in the heart of Central Vermont. This four-season resort costs just over $2 million dollars and already has fifty rooms, an indoor pool, hot tub, a restaurant, outdoor tennis courts, a fitness center, a conference center, and access to the nearby Lake Amherst. It’s in the same town as well as the currently defunct and for sale Plymouth Notch Ski Area. In terms of nearby ski resorts, it’s ten minutes from Okemo Mountain Resort, and fifteen minutes from Killington Resort. The cons? It’s been out of operation for a few years, parts of the grass and shrubbery around the building look overgrown, and the tape around the pool makes it look like an active crime scene. It’ll need some TLC, but it could become a great investment.
Here’s an official description of the stunning property:
“The Hawk Inn and Mountain Resort is a historically significant boutique hotel and restaurant situated on 99+/- acres just a short drive to both Okemo and Killington Mountains. The Hawk Inn and Mountain Resort offers the serenity of the Green Mountains with rich on-site and nearby area amenities such as the Black River basin watershed, one of the region’s most precious natural resources. The offering includes a 50 room hotel, a 120 seat restaurant, a nearly completed conference center– consisting of approximately 4,400 square feet that can accommodate a variety of uses and event functions such as weddings, 3 tennis courts, a dock on Lake Amherst, and miles of trails. Located in the heart of Vermont ski country, off of Scenic Route 100, a touring and biking thoroughfare, in Plymouth, Vermont, and the homestead of President Calvin Coolidge. Hawk embodies the best of ‘Quintessential Vermont’ — a private, unspoiled, four-season mountain/lake property with water access on Lake Amherst and proximate to both Okemo (10 min.) and Killington (15 min.) ski areas. This four-season resort in the heart of the Green Mountains provides year-round outdoor activities with stunning beauty and tranquility.”
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