Affordable Bed&Breakfast or 2nd home. 420 friendly. Seller financing
Seller will hold a second mortgage or 1st mortgage with a lot $ down.
Gross income is $46,440/yr working May-November. Expenses are $15,535/yr. (See below for details). Easy to own this affordable, turn key B & B, a piece of movie history! This bed and breakfast was featured as Indiana Jones’ childhood home in the third installment of director Steven Spielberg and producer George Lucas’s blockbuster Indiana Jones movie series. Not only were scenes from the movie filmed here, Harrison Ford stayed in one of the upstairs bedrooms during filming.
Decorated with memorabilia reminiscent of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, this renovated four bedroom, four bath B & B attracts film buffs from around the world. Additionally, 420-friendly Antonito, Colorado, serves as home to the world-famous Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Narrow Gauge Railroad. With few other lodging options, it all adds up to a turn-key B & B that boasts great cash flow and ROI with built-in clientele and little competition for lodging dollars. Location & Lifestyle
Looking for an affordable Bed & Breakfast in Colorado? The Indy House, as locals affectionately call her, sits a block back from Main Street in Antonito, Colorado. This undiscovered—and uncrowded— corner of the state offers award-winning fly fishing, world-class big game hunting and other outstanding outdoor recreation opportunities. It’s a great setting or guests as well as B & B proprietors looking to get away from big city life.
Antonito, a small, slow-paced town, strategically located just 6 miles north of the New Mexico border on recently upgraded Hwy 285, provides visitors and residents with beautiful mountain views. Head just a few miles out of town to enjoy mountains, rivers and streams perfect for skiers, fishermen, whitewater asts, hunters, cross country skiers, snowmobilers, mountain bikers, hikers, photographers and outdoor enthusiasts of all types. There are even several hot springs within an easy drive. The Cumbres & Toltec Narrow Gauge Railroad attracts tourists and steam train buffs from around the world. The train traverses a rugged 64-mile route between Antonito and Chama, New Mexico. The picturesque ride through the mountains draws close to 60,000 tourists from around the world each season. The season runs from mid-May through mid-October. The train depot is located only a half mile from the Indy House and the Railroad gives guests 15% off their train tickets when they stay at the Bed and Breakfast, a $14 to $28 value per ticket.
Extend the season through November by promoting the B & B to elk and deer hunters looking to hunt in the nearby Rio Grande National Forest.
Visitors from neighboring states and around Colorado come to Antonito to enjoy Colorado’s recreational use marijuana laws. This 420-friendly town features recreational marijuana dispensaries within walking distance of the Indy House—an asset to guests who do not want to run afoul of driving while under the influence laws.
Whether you are a proponent or opponent of marijuana, 2015 recreational marijuana sales are on pace to exceed $1 billion annually in Colorado, and expected to grow significantly, attracting “marijuana tourists” and “420” enthusiasts for years to come from Southern Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and other nearby states.
Between the train and “420” pilgrimages, lodging in Antonito is in high demand! Additionally, lodging in Antonito, is needed year round for weddings, family gatherings, holidays, and those seeking a Colorado experience in an uncrowded area. Potential visitors have few choices: your Bed & Breakfast or the nearby Steam Train Hotel. Features
From the covered front porch, step into the living room. A cozy sitting room with a fireplace beyond double doors off the living room provides a spot for guests to read and relax or have a glass of wine in the evening.
A 12-seat dining table in the dining room creates an enjoyable breakfast experience for guests. The separate kitchen, with a seating area, allows food preparation to be done privately.