721 Fourth St E, Revelstoke, BC Private3 weeks ago - Houses for Sale - Vancouver - 17 views
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721 Fourth St E, Revelstoke, BC
COPY & PASTE the following link: https://propertyguys.com/listing/bc/revelstoke/116090 If you are looking to live in a booming mountain town surrounded by nature’s playground, it doesn’t get any better than this! Beautiful heritage home in a highly desirable in-town location in Revelstoke, BC, including an established and extremely successful BnB that draws in passive income while you ski! Built circa 1902, this little gem has been fully restored and upgraded while maintaining its timeless character complemented by many modern and eco-friendly upgrades. As it is not in Revelstoke’s official ‘heritage zone’, the owner is not constrained by said restrictions. The BnB allows a monthly passive income of $5,500.00+; your mortgage is covered! Includes all supplies and furnishings for 2 BnB rooms. Spacious yet inviting, this home boasts 4 bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. A beautiful custom-made French door, as well as original moldings, doors and hardwood floors enhance the character of this heritage home. Dry off in the enclosed front porch designed with ample room to store all of your ski equipment/outdoor gear. Unwind in front of the ambient pellet stove with a beverage; or relaxing in a cast-iron claw-foot tub is more to your liking. The stunning bedrooms are a peaceful place to rest your head after an exhilarating day. Enjoy spectacular, expansive views of the local mountains while enjoying your morning coffee on the large newly built deck or patio covered by a pergola with vines for shade. The fully fenced back yard is a haven of mature perennials, shrubs, trees and berries as well as raised garden beds, a fire pit for cold evenings, a sweet little garden shed and composter. The brand-new solar panels installed on a new high-end roof, allows the homeowner to completely offset electricity costs for the home and business by feeding into the grid. It is also more than possible to connect a battery if one should choose to do so.