Anchorage, AK Anchorage Country Land .0000 acre for sale in Anchorage, AK

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Excellent opportunity to own this profitable , Non-Franchised Motel, near downtown Anchorage, AK. The Mush Inn has been famous for it's unique themed rooms for over 40 years. The kitchenette rooms are perfect for extended stay periods for families, sportsmen and construction crews. The property is conveniently located across from the Merrill Field Airport and close to downtown Anchorage so guests can take advantage of Anchorage's downtown attractions. The subject property consists of a full-service motel that is owner operated and is not franchised. The property real estate taxes are $41,321 and assessed value is $2,775,100. The owner is retiring from this industry. The seller/owner will remain post closing to supply an appropriate training and transitional period. This business has 8 full & part time employees who are unaware of the pending sale and fully expected to remain post closing. The business is operational 365 days yearly, 24 hours daily. The sale includes all required documentation including a certificate of occupancy from the municipality and the required state or city licenses to conduct its day to day business. Currently all advertising for the motel consists of referrals only; with an ongoing and more aggressive marketing plan, improved web site, the business can be further improved resulting in an additional return to the owner/operator. The price of this motel has been valued based on the various assets, which include the real estate and income. This transaction is confidential; all viewings are by appointment only and photo may not represent this business opportunity. Plenty of parking spaces on 3 acres. Rooms rented nightly, weekly and monthly. Turn-key; 94 rooms; Manager's apartment on site and is 2-stories, 3 bedrooms and 2 baths; Includes approx. 4,000 sq. ft. shop and approx. 20,000 sq. feet of fenced yard space; Sale price includes all FF&E. Buyer to conduct own due diligence.

  • Price: $2,899,999

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