Post Falls’ ‘Amway House’ could become B&B
POST FALLS, Idaho — The opulent “Amway House” that sits along the Spokane River in Post Falls could be converted into a bed and breakfast.
The 13-bed, 13-bath, 28,469 square foot house is on the market for just under $8.5 million.
John Beutler, owner and broker at Century 21 Beutler and Associates, represents the Amway House’s owner — the Puryear Family Limited Partnership. On behalf of the Puryear Family, Beutler has filed a special-use permit with the city of Post Falls. If approved, it would allow the house to be converted into a B&B.
In a phone interview Wednesday, Beutler said it would be nice to share the property with people in the area.
The house boasts a 10-car garage, home theater, exercise center, putting green and saltwater pool, all on a 3.8-acre site with nearly 500 feet of deep water frontage.
Beutler said the Amway House has been the host site for large parties and there have been inquiries about weddings and group gatherings. He said the current owners do not wish to maintain the house as a B&B, but believe it would be a great location for such.
On Tuesday, the Post Falls Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on Beutler’s special-use permit request.
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