|Contact name||Lee Wheeler|
|Architectural Styles||Beaux Arts|
|Home area||101,365 sqft|
|Lot Area||0.61 acres|
Beautiful, historic Hotel Beaumont built in the “Beaux-Arts” architectural style, received its’ historical designation in 1978. Located on the lit corner of Orleans and Fannin in downtown Beaumont. Major renovations were completed in 2000 throughout the hotel. The property is surrounded by many museums and historical buildings. Would be a fantastic hotel as there is no competition downtown and it is needed. The building was built in 1922 for a little more than $1M. In 2003 a $7.5M restoration was completed and it won Texas’ Best Restoration given by The Texas Downtown Association. It consists of 135 total rooms that include; 115 studio type units at 217 SF, 5-one bedroom units that are 472 SF and 15 CBA units that are 242 SF. Current property taxes are $38,248.92. The property is currently VACANT. While some work is needed, it is not drastic. The bones are solid. One of the most beloved buildings in all of SETX.
Located in historic downtown Beaumont. The district consists of various styles of buildings, including 6 highrises built before 1932. The district is registered on the National Register of Historic Places as a U.S. Historic District. The historic district is roughly bounded by Willow, Neches, Gilbert and Main Streets. The Old Spanish Trail (U.S. Route 90) travels through Downtown on Willow, Park, Pearl and College Streets. It should also be noted that Beaumont is poised for a long period of growth over the next 20-25 years with the deepening-widening of the Sabine-Neches Ship Channel to 48′. This project alone will create 78,000 permanent jobs in Jefferson County, according to well-known economist Ray Perryman.
Additional Buildings / Amenities
- Carriage House
- Finished Basement
- Guest Cottage