1906 Pine Crest Inn – Tryon, NC
July 19, 2019
Tryon, NC Offered for sale at $2,680,000
The Pine Crest Inn was constructed in 1906, and has welcomed guests since equestrian Carter Brown converted it to an inn in 1917. It was added to the the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. Today, the Inn features 35 comfortable guest rooms; four in the main Pine Crest Lodge and the remainder in ten outlying cabins & cottages. Original buildings, including a 250-year-old log cabin, a woodcutter cottage, and a stone cottage, add to its charm. The inn also features a modern conference facility that is perfect for corporate meetings, group training sessions, marriage retreats, or family reunions.
The property sits on over 9 acres of land and is the perfect investment as a turn key bed and breakfast.
The moderate climate and the notable scenery of the small town on the southern slope of the Blue Ridge Mountains began to attract summer visitors form across the nation after the arrival of the railroad in 1877. This continues attract travelers to this day. Tryon, North Carolina, one of the finest resort communities of western North Carolina, is also home to the world renowned Tryon International Equestrian Center.
Together with its history, location, and luxury, this Inn provides a superior opportunity for continued success.
- Offered for sale at $2,680,000