The Brooks Hotel, in the heart of Wallace Idaho, has been a local landmark for generations. Nestled in the Bitter Root mountains along Interstate 90, the quaint mining town of Wallace has become a destination for tourists from all over the world. They are drawn by the many summer festivals, skiing and snowmobiling in the winter and many other year round outdoor activities. The stunning brick building, which is on the national historic registry, was constructed in 1905 and served as the town's hospital for many years. Although The Brooks has seen several transformations through the years, much of the original architecture has been preserved and it maintains its original feel. FULL IDAHO STATE LIQUOR LICENSE INCLUDED IN SALE. While newer hotels rely on their modern amenities to succeed, The Brooks has lasted for years due to its charm and authenticity. This facility has several revenue streams and would be ideal for an owner/operator. The main floor contains the restaurant, lounge, hotel lobby, hotel rooms, offices and boutiques while the second floor has a combination of nightly rentals and apartments. The building has nearly 8,000 sq. ft. of additional, unfinished space that feels like a time capsule awaiting a true visionary to unlock its potential. The Brooks is undoubtedly one of a kind.
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