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1925 in Fayetteville, TN


Off Market / Archived From 2022

Added to OHD on 5/12/22   -   Last OHD Update: 7/30/22

1203 Washington St W, Fayetteville, TN 37334

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  • 4 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 3387 Sq Ft
  • 1.4 Ac.
Great business/investment opportunity or multi-generational family property. Currently a successful B&B with 3 kitchens, 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, and owner quarters. Situated on 1.4 acres close to downtown. Crown molding, a mixture of hardwood, new laminate flooring and beautiful pocket doors adorn this unique property. Raised garden beds, water feature. Wrap around covered porches for small or large gatherings or just sitting and enjoying the outdoors. There is 1 large storage building and a stone bordered area with a fire pit for outdoor leisure.
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Jonathan Law, Leading Edge Real Estate Group :: 931-433-4070

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Listing details from May 2022, sold status not verified. DO NOT trespass to verify status.
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8 months ago

Absolutely charming. But if I bought it and used it as a B&B, does that mean I have to cook? Maybe the guests can make their own breakfasts? Oy vey. I don’t cook!

Reply to  socalnanynan | 379 comments
8 months ago

I don’t see why you can’t set it up any way you want. You could have a number of fixings for self assembly breakfasts that don’t need cooking. Cereals, fruit, yogurt..you get the idea. If you wanted, you could also provide opportunities to cook up something simple for themselves if any were so inclined. (My vegetarian avatar ”Kisses” requests that you choose carefully.)
I don’t see any problem as long as future guests understood that’s how things are.

Reply to  KEYLIME | 1944 comments
8 months ago

Thanks for your reply. The one time I stayed at a B&B, it was such a delightful breakfast. 🙁 I figured they all had to be like that.

Reply to  socalnanynan | 379 comments
8 months ago

You could add afternoon wine and cheese. If you’re competitively priced with any other B&B’s in the area that serve a cooked breakfast, you’ll appeal to the light breakfast segment.

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8 months ago

I love the porch with the rocking chairs.

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