West Virginia hotel auction

Here’s an auction you won’t find on Ebay – an actual 65-room hotel in West Virginia. Nice opportunity to get into the hotel business if you have a lot (and I can’t really guess how much a lot is in this case) of money. Could be a fun auction even for those without the spending power to take a hotel home with them.

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. Va., July 23, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — AmeriBid LLC (www.ameribid.com) in cooperation with Hurley Auctions (www.hurleyauctions.com) announced the foreclosure auction of a 65 room historic hotel and spa adjacent to Berkeley Springs State Park in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. “The Country Inn is an exceptionally well located hotel in the heart of historic downtown Berkeley Springs,” comments Stephen Karbelk, Co-Founder of AmeriBid, LLC. “With 65 rooms, a restaurant and bar, full service spa and countless income
opportunities, this property is a real gem.”

Matt Hurley, Auctioneer and Founder of Hurley Auctions elaborates, “Very rarely do we see such an important historic property go to auction. For generations, this hotel site has serviced the tens of thousands of people that visit Berkeley Springs.”

The property will be auctioned on-site at 110 S. Washington Street in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. The auction will commence at 12:00pm EDT on Wednesday, August 28th, 2013. This is a one of a kind resort property with 65 rooms or suites, a full service restaurant, large commercial kitchen, banquet space, bar, lounges and a large welcoming lobby. The property also features a 3,415+/- sf full service spa facility with multiple treatment rooms perfect for massages, manicures, pedicures, waxing and more. For rental or use by a new owner, the property boasts two single-family homes. The Treehouse Cottage is a 936+/- sf, 2 bedroom, 1.75 bathroom home, while the Barker Executive Retreat Center features 2,430+/- sf of living space with 6 bedrooms, multiple bathrooms and expansive views of downtown Berkeley Springs.

Known as “The Country’s First Spa,” Berkeley Springs, West Virginia is a short 90 minute drive from Baltimore, MD as well as some of the most wealthy counties in the country in the Washington, DC region. First recorded as the Medicine Springs in 1747, these springs have been popular since George Washington visited them in 1776. The springs flow at a constant 74 degrees and can be enjoyed year around, including the Roman Bath House.

A 2% Broker participation is offered, subject to Auction Company guidelines. Property inspection dates and times are available on our website. To receive more details and complete terms, please visit www.ameribid.com or call 877.895.7077. You may also contact Stephen Karbelk (stephenkarbelk@ameribid.com) at 571.481.1037 or Matt Hurley (matt@hurleyauctions.com) at 717.597.9100.

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