Built in 1923, this historic home sits on prime Main Street real estate. This property was built by a local doctor to live in and later was converted into a bed and breakfast. The current owners have converted it back to a home with a large heated garage located on the backside that sits against an alleyway providing additional access. Mature trees and hedges make it easy to maintain privacy with easy off-street parking as wellImprovements This beautiful three-story home is 3,228 +/- sqft., with 5 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, and 1/2 bathroom. Two of the bedrooms have plumbing for sinks that ran to them during the bed and breakfast debut. Inside the home, you will find nostalgic wood flooring and stairs, a dining room, an open living room, and a breakfast nook with an open kitchen concept and breakfast bar to sit at. The master bedroom has a hidden attic door leading to more storage areas or the ability to convert into an extra room in the master bedroom. The home has a covered patio on the back that wraps around to the east side, protected by a lilac hedge for privacy. In the backyard, you will notice a gazebo for enjoying the calm mornings or evenings with vines that wrap around one side and are facing towards the house. The alleyway located behind the shop gives the new owners the ability to have a wrap-around driveway or maintain one entrance into the property with a large driveway and garage door facing the street for easy entry and exit. This home is one of the many iconic homes that have been a part of Lander, Wyoming since the early days of development, and has been passed by many famous 4th of July parades, making it one home that the locals have looked at as a landmark.