This Old B&B In Oregon Could Be Yours For A Small Fortune
For the low, low price of $682,000 you could live in this house which is basically a time machine.
The Pinehill B&B in Oregon was built in 1874 and has served as a bed and breakfast for the past 27 years. It is currently on the National Register of Historic Properties and has been called the grandest home in Saulk Valley.
The home has 7 bedrooms and 7 baths. The 5,452 sq foot house sits on 2 acres of property. It looks gorgeous and has a ton of history.
Let's take a look around.
Like I said, this place is old. Pretty sure no one has used a rope for a handrail since WW1. The listing doesn't say anything about the artwork being included in the buy, but I'm assuming that Venus de Milo statue is all yours with the asking price.
I'm honestly surprised that there are ceiling fans in this house. Nice to see some modern amenities.
Want to hold an auction? There's room for that.
This is basically a set for a Country Time Lemonade commercial. I think by law you MUST be sipping on an iced beverage while sitting in that rocking chair.
You were probably wondering if this place had a canopy bed. Buddy, you know it does.
Paisley and lace isn't just an awesome name for an indie rock duo, it's also the only way to decorate this room.
Need a place for your tractor? This place has it. Would also make a great woodworking studio if you're way more talented than I am.
A really great piece of property if you have three-quarters of a million dollars burning a hole in your pocket.
You can find more details and more pictures here.