Courtesy of: Mossy Oak Properties Wyoming Outdoors, LLC
Purchase Type: Sale
MLS ID: 20214692
Year Build: 1941
Lot size: 0.28
Property Type: Residential Income
New Construction: No
Heating: Space Gas, Wood/Coal, Other
Swimming Pool: No
Has Waterfront: No
Address: 312 E Ramshorn
County: Fremont County
Here's your chance to own a piece of early Dubois history. The original stone library circa 1941 has been lovingly remodeled into a guest rental operation & it's a favorite among many w/repeat guests each summer & winter. This turnkey operation includes most furnishings. The western decor, big screen tv, comfortable seating & pool table offer guests great space to unwind after a day at Yellowstone. Located only 1 block off historic main street guests can walk to dining, shops & bars. Agent owned Guest can enjoy a roaring wood fire or the ease of a propane stove. A great location for family reunions, wedding parties, large families, friends on a fishing trip, you name it. There are beds to sleep 11 with room for more. Ample parking for guest with trucks/trailers. Current income is pushing 5% cap at lowest rates in town. Much room for improvement with increased price adjustments. Call Ree Beavers, owner, at Mossy Oak Properties for a private showing.
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