Twelve miles north of Mendocino on Highway 1 in Fort Bragg, California. Fort Bragg was a lumber town until recently when the emphasis was turned to tourism due to the upsurge in wineries in the Anderson Valley along the major highway connecting Hwy 1 and the coast. Mendocino has long been an artist and tourist colony and the feeling of the village is spreading north to Fort Bragg, which now boasts excellent restaurants, galleries, boutiques, a micro-brewery and other tourist amenities. The Lodge is located on Main Street (Coast Highway 1) five blocks all the restaurants and shops and historic museums.
- Guest rooms:
Several of the 31 nicely appointed rooms have full ocean views. There are three suites; one suite has a Jacuzzi.
The phone system is a Mitel SX20 and all rooms have color Direct Dish TV. All rooms have microwaves and refrigerators.
Two bedroom, one bathroom living quarters with large kitchen and living room. Check INN reservation system interfacing with Booking.com, Expedia etc. Ample parking spaces for all units.
One single storey and one two storey buildings. All buildings are well constructed in frame and stucco. The roofs are high pitched with wood shakes, approximately 20 years old in fair condition.
- Local activities: Golf, fishing, hiking, swimming, boating, deep sea fishing, museums, wine tasting, whale watching and shopping.
- Asking Price: $1,700,000
OWNER OFF SITE FROM LOS ANGELES.
THE MOTEL HAS THE LOWEST OCCUPANCY RATE AND AVERAGE DAILY RATE IN THE ENTIRE AREA.
NEEDS UPGRADING AND COMPLETE NEW MANAGEMENT.
A FIXER UPPER WITH GREAT POTENTIAL.
PRICED WELL BELOW ANY MOTEL ON COAST HIGHWAY 1 FROM SANTA BARBARA TO MENDOCINO.