The Bromfield Inn Brevard North Carolina is For Sale
The Historic Bromfield Inn was built in 1926 during the Great Gatsby era by prominent businessman James Bromfield.
This elegant colonial revival masterpiece has been restored to its original splendor while incorporating modern amenities throughout.
It is located on two beautifully landscaped acres, just a few blocks from Brevard’s quaint but vibrant downtown.
A large foyer welcomes guests with a sweeping view of the long, wide hallway, staircase and leaded glass transoms. Rich woven wallpaper and creamy, detailed wainscoting provide a feel of luxury and warmth.
The Inn features six bedrooms with en suite baths, dining room, parlor, library, open-air veranda, landscaped courtyards and a large, well-equipped kitchen. The Inn is a luxury establishment, catering to guests who wish to relax in a quiet, tranquil setting. Each guest room is uniquely furnished. King beds are wrapped in luxurious linens; baths have large walk-in showers and deep soaking tubs.
The parlor is a cozy place to curl up by the fire with a book from the Inn library; the open-air veranda overlooks the landscaped grounds, a peaceful, relaxing setting. The gardens welcome walkers and the patio is a perfect spot for dining al fresco.
The dining room seats 20 comfortably, perfect for catered luncheons, small wedding dinners, and other affairs. Owner’s quarters include two bedrooms with baths, which could be used as guest rooms.
The Inn is located in Brevard, known as The Land of the Waterfalls, in western North Carolina. In a county that is home to over 250 waterfalls, the city is a mecca for those who love the outdoors.
With three forests within a short drive from downtown, there is no shortage of places for people to hike, camp, or bicycle.
Brevard is also known for its vibrant music community. It is home to the Brevard Music Festival, which runs seven weeks each summer, as well as the Brevard Philharmonic and the annual bluegrass festival, Mountain Song.
The arts abound as well, with numerous art studios open for public viewing. For those interested in water activities, there is rafting, kayaking, and fly fishing in the nearby French Broad and Davidson Rivers.
Visitors can explore a wide range of shops, casual cafes and upscale restaurants in the quaint but vibrant downtown. And no visit to Brevard would be complete without a visit to Rocky’s Grill and Soda Shop, Brevard’s original 1940s-era soda fountain and eatery.
Visitors might also sight a white squirrel, one of Brevard’s signature residents, in the Inn’s gardens or surrounding areas.
Brevard was recently cited by Smithsonian Magazine as one of the 15 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2021.
The house and property alone are valued at over $2M. Sale includes all furnishings, bedding, linens, cookware, dinnerware, etc. as well as outdoor wicker furniture, patio seating, and benches in the gardens and walking paths.
Paintings by a local artist, Mike Tiddy, valued at $2500, will remain at the Inn.
Some of the Innkeepers/owners’ personal items will be excluded from the sale.
A full inventory is available by request.
Now in its fourth year of operation, Inn revenues have increased steadily year to year.
The Inn has a strong customer base with a large percentage of repeat guests.
Trip Advisor awarded the Inn “Travelers’ Choice Award” in 2020 and 2021. 2021 gross room revenue is on track to be 40% higher than 2020.
Covid has had minimal impact on revenue; this mountain community continues to attract visitors who view the area as a safe, healthy place to vacation.
Contact Amanda Gravley Fisher Realty 1 828-200-2944