A former rehabilitation facility in Waelder, Texas is being sold as part of a bankruptcy filing, and broker Hilco Real Estate suggests the property could make an ideal boutique hotel.
Situated in the Austin-Houston-San Antonio area, the majority of structures on the $4.4million site were built between 2005 and 2012.
The fully-furnished property boasts 20 double-occupancy guest suites complete with en-suite bathrooms throughout four guest lodges.
In the main lodge can be found a granite and stone bar, an indoor dining area that seats over 50 people, a fully equipped professional commercial kitchen and a covered patio.
Also onsite are a regulation professional shuffleboard table, billiards, ping-pong, multiple large flat-screened televisions and an integrated sound system.
Additional property highlights include a sporting clays shooting range, pistol and rifle range, stocked fishing pond, workout studio, outdoor swimming pool with hot tub and cabana, versatile conference center, two firepits and on-site staff accommodations.
Steve Madura, senior vice president at Hilco Real Estate, said: “As a fully furnished facility with an impressive host of indoor and outdoor amenities, the possibilities of what the next buyer can do with this property are truly endless.
“The ranch is a special place that is a world away from the hectic pace of life yet is within a short drive to three major US cities, offering world-class cultural, dining, entertainment and transportation options that are second to none.
“Now as part of the bankruptcy, the ability to acquire this exceptional, turnkey property may just be one of those once-in-a-lifetime opportunities that buyers will not want to pass up.”
Bids are welcomed until the closing date of May 6, 2020.