Located in Amish Country of Webster County, it features 5 guest rooms on the second floor & a ground floor Innkeeper private bedroom and bathroom. Ozarks festivals abound in small towns; the Southern Missouri Off-Road Ranch and the Laura Ingalls Wilder home are close by. Legendary from the late 1800's as a mule barn, perhaps providing some of the famous Missouri Mules for World War I, it has evolved through the decades - a large hay barn, antique store, restaurant, bed and breakfast, store and finally, a private residence. Maintaining the attraction and allure of a vintage Bed & Breakfast through the remodeling, the building has become a landmark in the small Ozarks City of Seymour and sits on over an acre and a quarter of land. The interior character
reflects a period long past, planks of cedar line its walls and its tin ceiling character is reproduced with decorative copper Evangeline style. The facility is well suited for an immediate launch as a B&B and comes mostly furnished.
|Location||Webster-Not In List|
|square feet||4,520 sq. ft.|
|Property Type||Single Family|
|Garage||Street Parking, RV Parking|