RISMEDIA, September 17, 2010—An elegant property with an intriguing past, Virginia City’s lovingly restored Tahoe House Hotel is a turn-key business now offered by Chase International for $2,890,000. The Tahoe House Hotel is located in the heart of this popular Comstock town that draws throngs of history-seeking visitors year round. Built in 1859, the upscale hotel was frequented by the young Samuel Clemens (aka Mark Twain) who wrote for the city’s Territorial Enterprise newspaper.
Recently, the hotel underwent an eight-year renovation, thanks to its present owner Daan Eggenberger who saw the potential in this aging Virginia City landmark. Deferring to the 21st century guest’s desire for modern conveniences and spacious lodging, Eggenberger took special care in the property’s interior.
Without losing an ounce of Victorian charm, he transformed the hotel’s original 24 closet-size guestrooms into 14 spacious guestrooms, each with its own bathroom. Also in the redesign was a private Carriage House suite, which is perfect for honeymooners or those who desire extra privacy. Additionally, the Garden Suite has been designed as the manager’s quarters and five of the rooms have individual balconies and views of Main Street and the 100-mile view to the east.
Guests also enjoy the high ceilings and authentic period furniture that are featured throughout the hotel. Central to the experience is the Tahoe House Hotel’s Great Room with its delightful old Western bar, vintage piano and charming antique stove.
For more information, visit http://www.tahoehousehotel.com.
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