CABOOSE MOTEL IN LIBBY, MONTANA
TWENTY EIGHT ROOMS- Gross 2015 income $283,000, excellent NET NEW Roof is
being put on now using the best materials ensures the motel will be around
for a long time.
NEW 40 inch flat screen TVs, coffee makers/refrigerators/microwaves in each
room, Tub and Shower, New Bedspreads, 12 x 24 ( (20 double queens plus 8
Kings), Solid Core Doors, wireless internet, battery smoke alarms, built-in
wall A/C, Electrical Baseboard Heat, exterior corridors, overall very good
Spacious two-bedroom Manager's home with full kitchen, dining room, living
room, private entrance, single garage used for workshop and storage. The
Resident Manager also does maintenance and has worked for the Caboose for
over 18 years. He may stay on with the new owners.
One story wood frame construction, full crawl-space concrete block
foundation, flat roof (NEW roof going up in February/March 2016). 3-phase /
400 amp electrical service, city water and sewer.
Guest breakfast room with fully equipped kitchen prep area, Ice machine Full
laundry with 2 commercial dryers, separate (on demand) hot water heater.
Guest coin laundry room (owned) plus a guest computer station Lucent Phone
system, ASI front desk property management and reservation system, Front
desk can book fishing guides, boat rentals, scenic airplane rides, skiing
and snowboarding on Turner Mountain, photography workshops and excursions
Wireless operated LED reader board sign for the main signage in front of the
Motel on Highway 2.
Westbound billboard sign on Highway 2 just east of Libby.
State of the art web site (thecaboosemotel.com) with online booking from the
site that is owned and managed by the motel. We are also on all reservation
systems getting bookings from several sources including our website,
Booking.com and most other major hotel booking companies and travel
agencies. Ratings with hotel rating sites such as Yelp and TripAdviser are
excellent and have been year after year.
LAST FIVE YEARS ROOMS INCOME HAVE AVERAGED $286,090.00 SELLER HAS OWNED
SINCE 2003 / SELLING FOR HEALTH REASONS
SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
OWNER: BOB LEE 406-552-4780
NORTHWESTERN MONTANA * CITY OF EAGLES
The 2016 Oscar Award nominated film "THE REVENENT" with Leonardo DiCaprio
was partially filmed just outside Libby, Montana including the iconic clip
of the river ride. It has been nominated for Best Picture, Best Director,
Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Film
Editing, Best Cinematography, Best Sound Mixing, Best Sound Editing, Best
Costume Design, Best Makeup and Hair-styling, Best Original Score.
Libby, with a population just under 3,000, has hosted several other movie
sets, "The River Wild and "Always" among others.
With the Canadian Rockies towering to the north, majestic rivers tumbling
down from the northeast and the spectacular 90 mile long Lake Koocanusa,
surrounded by massive pines and cedars, the natural beauty of the Libby area
is beyond compare. Located in the northwest corner of Montana, nestled in
the beautiful valley at the base of the breathtaking Cabinet Mountain Range,
Libby rests in a wilderness paradise ( www.libbychamber.org
The population of Libby is just under 3,000 and is on the only major state
highway north going east and west, Highway 2. Industries include tourism,
lumber, wood products, new hospital, forest service, Burlington Northern
Rail Road, New Port Authority business park, Flathead Community College, the
Libby Dam (Lake Koocanusa) and ranching. The Kootenai National Forest
encompasses 2.2 million acres, a public playground for elk, moose, bear,
deer, mountain lions, big horn sheep, fox, wolves and of course a lot of
Turner Mountain Ski Area, just twenty miles from Libby, offers all skill
levels of downhill snowboarding and skiing, in addition to many miles of
cross country ski and snowmobile trails. Add in snowshoeing, ice fishing
and winter hiking with many winter events and activities and you begin to
understand the idea of this great year around recreational area.
Events include carnivals, bicycle races (STOKR), fishing derby's, Logger
Days, rodeos, car shows (Ignite the Nights, one of the biggest in the
Northwest), Lincoln County Fair, races and demolition derby, Riverfront
Blues Festival and more. Tourists and area residents also enjoy an 18 hole
golf course (Cabinet View Golf Club), camping, boating, panning for gold,
bowling, picnicking, wildlife viewing and photography, restaurants, a micro
brewery, Kootenai Falls, the Libby Dam, our very own and one of Montana's
best Heritage Museum of Libby.
In 1999 Libby was first identified as an asbestos (vermiculite) polluted
town. Following a "super fund site" massive cleanup and restoration that
has cost over 447 million to date, Libby is cleaner and safer than most
small towns today.
A TRULY WONDERFUL AND INEXPENSIVE PLACE TO LIVE