The Hope Island Inn has actually run as a dining establishment and unique events venue considering that the 1940's. This distinct website, located on the rocky outcropping of Snee-Oosh Point on Skagit Bay, neglects Whidbey, Hope, and Kiket Islands. The place of the existing structure, incorporated with the spectacular vistas makes this an unique commercial chance which can not be duplicated under today's coastline and land use codes.
The underlying home is possessed by the Snee-Oosh Land Company, a community corporation managed by a board of directors, all which are locals of the neighborhood. The previous occupant's lease ended and subsequent ownership of the structure has actually recently been turned over to the Snee-Oosh Land Company by court order.
The Land Company is seeking investor/operators with the vision, abilities, and resources to return the facility to a functional condition. Ideally the Inn would be reestablished for such uses as a destination dining establishment, B&B, Inn, unique occasions venue for wedding events and family gatherings, business refuge, or perhaps even utilize the structure's vested place as a private house. The Land Company will consider all reliable offers; nevertheless choice will certainly be given to those attracted to becoming part of a long term lease of both the building and property.
The building itself is in some disrepair, nevertheless the site can not be duplicated. The major floor of the center is 3,700 square feet with a partly completed 2nd floor living device of 1,415 square feet. There is an added daylight basement location of 456 square feet which was formerly used as an office. The site accommodates parking for 50, with overflow parking available. The property is zoned Urban Reserve Commercial/Industrial (URC-I) under the Skagit County Land Use Code.
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