Historic Baldpate Inn south of Estes Park put up for auction -

Historic Baldpate Inn south of Estes Park put up for auction

Baldpate




ESTES PARK — By the top of the month, a brand new proprietor can be carrying the important thing to the historic Baldpate Inn and its well-known assortment of 20,000 keys.
The inn south of Estes Park, which opened 100 years in the past, will go up for public sale Oct. 30.
The listing value for the five-building, 12-acre property at 4900 Colorado 7 is $three.99 million, however the on-line public sale can have no reserve, based on a press launch, that means that the very best bid, regardless of how low, can be accepted.
The 25,893-square-foot functioning bed-and-breakfast inn and 100-seat restaurant options 17 visitor rooms, 9 full and 9 half baths and a business kitchen, based on the web site of Concierge Auctions, a luxurious actual property public sale firm and associate to Sotheby’s Worldwide Actual Property.
The 10,568-square-foot most important lodge has 5 wood-burning fireplaces and a museum, and the property boasts a 1,911-square-foot presidential suite, 4 visitor cabins and workers quarters for as many as 29 staff, based on the press launch.
The inn’s historical past is wealthy, and it’s inextricable tied to keys.
The Baldpate Inn web site tells the story of newly married Gordon and Ethel Mace, who fell in love with Estes Park throughout a go to in 1911. They determined to homestead the property close to Lily Lake the place the inn now sits.
They named their inn after the 1913 thriller novel “Seven Keys to Baldpate,” which options seven visitors, every of whom thinks she or he has the one key to the lodge within the story.
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