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Willow Glen Inn Gets New Owners

Mon, 15 Sep 2014 10:32:00 -0600
Philip and Violet Carter, of Enoch, Utah, have spent many years building and improving their Willow Glen Inn.  Phillip and Violet are the original owners and have build up Willow Glen over the years to what it is today.  The Carter’s have put their heart and soul into Willow Glen, but the time had come to sell it and move on to new endeavors.  Willow Glen, along with being a Bed and Breakfast, has seen numerous weddings, family reunions, and plays over the years. Even though it was heartbreaking to give up something they worked so hard for, Philip and Violet are excited for the new owners.

Don and Linda Kelley are the new owners of the Willow Glen property. The Kelley’s, from Houston, Texas, have been looking for the right Bed and Breakfast property to purchase over the last several years.  They have looked all over the country and fell in love with the Willow Glen Inn. Don and Linda, along with their family, will be working to update all aspects of the Inn. 

Willow Glen includes 9.5 acres of beautiful trees, walking trails, lawns for weddings and reunions, an outdoor theater, dining room and the Inn, with accommodations for getaways and family reunions. Keep your eye on the Web and Social Media for all the exciting changes and events to come!

Roger Stratford of NAI Utah Southern Region represented both the sellers and the buyers on the transaction and states:  “the Kelley family have great plans on updating the Willow Glen property and growing the business”.

La Verkin Parcel Sells for Future Stage Coach Grill Restaurant

Tue, 09 Sep 2014 14:18:00 -0600
Brandon Vandermyde of NAI Utah South represented the Seller of 1.22 Acres adjacent to the post office in La Verkin, Utah. The sale of this piece marks one of the first land sales in La Verkin since 2006. The new owners of the land have plans to open an American Style restaurant as soon as possible.

Stage Coach Grill will offer traditional American food, served the way it should; with fresh vegetables, local meat, homemade french-fries, and tailored to make it affordable for the family. The new owner, George, said that he is creating the restaurant to serve the local people in the area, and when tourists stop in on the way to Zion, it will be a welcomed addition.

George has over 40 years in the restaurant business in both Greece and in the United States. He is excited to get started on the restaurant, and wants people to contact him with any questions they may have. He can be reached at 435-635-7400.