You Know You Want to Buy This Vegan B&B in the Florida Keys
Imagine this: waking up in the morning to the sound of ocean waves and seagulls calling. You rise and take a deep breath of fresh, salty, sea air and make your way to your beautiful commercial-sized kitchen where you prepare a delicious vegan breakfast for the guests in your home. Afterward, you direct people to where they can find the best wildlife tours and snorkeling or encourage them to take a dip in your saltwater pool. Perhaps you partake in these activities today, as well! Either way, when the sun sets, it’s over the ocean in your backyard, while local deer pay visit and the warm breeze flows as you lounge in the sand.
If that doesn’t sound like paradise, I don’t know what would! The dream could be yours for $295,000, as the owners of Deer Run Bed & Breakfast on Big Pine Key are selling their renowned business and are clear that they would like their saga to continue. According to their real estate agent:
“Deer Run is a profitable, turn-key, sustainable, organic and vegan B&B that has become a high-profile, industry-leading green lodge ready to be taken to the next level by its new owner.”
The home features four guest rooms (complete with personal bathrooms and composting toilets!), an innkeeper’s apartment, fully equipped commercial kitchen, hot tub and saltwater pool, kayaks and snorkel gear, bicycles and helmets, low maintenance xeriscaped grounds, and a view that can’t be beat. Wildlife enthusiasts will be pleased to know of the birdwatching opportunities, as well as the chance to spot rare Key Deer on the property.
Truth be told, I hesitated to share this opportunity with others, as my imagination ran wild with daydreams of taking out a business loan and making an offer myself – alas that is only a pipe dream. Yet, the next owners should definitely carry on the legacy of an all vegan and environmentally friendly bed and breakfast in one of the most beautiful spots in the US. Perhaps I could be your first guest?
Photo credit: Deer Run photo gallery