The Graves Hotel was built in 1908 by A.C. "Chris" Graves was fondly called the "Father Of Harlowton". The Graves Hotel, Restaurant & Lounge is on the National Historical List, marked with the turn of the century charm and elegance. The three-story sandstone "L" shaped building has beautiful oak trim, formal dinning room, industrial kitchen, lounge/bar, sweeping grand staircase, original 15' ornate ceilings, cafe, and a veranda. The first floor has been completely restored with new insulation, drywall, electrical, plumbing, and kitchen appliances. The second and third floors are currently being restored, but due to the owners health, have not been completed. The Hotel boasts 45 rooms with handful of the rooms being completed. The Hotel still has its large, spacious lobby with oversized picture windows overlooking the Mussellshell Valley. This is a business opportunity for anyone with a creative restoration vision and a lot of love for historical buildings.
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