Historic Real Estate: The Inn Edition

Posted on: April 5th, 2013 by Emily Potter

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Former Mabel Dodge Luhan Guest Home -- Taos, New Mexico

Mabel Gansen Evans Dodge Sterne Luhan was a wealthy American patron of the arts who built this Pueblo-style house to encourage artistic and intellectual creativity. Georgia O’Keeffe, D. H. Lawrence, and Ansel Adams were just a few of the guests who once stayed here. Price tag: contact agent

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Old School Bed and Breakfast -- Arnegard, North Dakota

Once a school, now a bed-and-breakfast, this property is one of the most unique, privately owned properties in North Dakota. In addition to original maple floors, updated heating, electrical, and water systems, and other traditional features of a B&B, it also comes with an auditorium and gymnasium. Price tag: $3,000,000

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St. Francisville Inn -- St. Francisville, Louisiana

Built in 1880 and shaded by century-old moss draped oak trees, this bed-and-breakfast is an exceptional example of Victorian Gothic architecture. It is one of the most popular lodging establishments in the area and includes a second-floor private living area for the owner. Price tag: $895,000

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Emily Potter

Emily Potter is a copywriter at the National Trust. She enjoys writing about places of all kinds, the stories that make them special, and the people who love them enough to save them.

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