The historic Buffalo Tracks B&B located at the corner of Division and Lee streets was featured in the Sapulpa Times in early May of this year. Now, the charming little bed and breakfast is listed for sale.
Cheryl Jackson, who owns the home with her husband Dennis, says the time has come. “We’ve loved the old girl for 17 years, now. Our kids are raised and we want to kick back a bit.”
The home, which the Jacksons purchased in 2003, had been passion project for them during their nearly two decades there as they worked to restore the century-plus-old house to be not just comfortable enough to raise a family in, but enough to eventually turn into a Bed & Breakfast, which they formally opened for business in 2018. Jackson said that her favorite part of owning a B&B was “sharing the old house with the world and meeting Route 66 travelers.” Guests frequently said they loved the house’s character and the “nice small-town feel” of Sapulpa.
The listing, which went live in August, says that the Jacksons are “looking for for just the right owner for our beloved home.” The home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms, plus a bonus room. It has the original cedar siding, trim and restored sash windows. There are restored antique tin ceilings in the bath and kitchen.
Jackson ensures that “all of the restorations were done strictly to National Trust specifications.” The home was the home of GW and Olga Hughes, headmasters at the Euchee Mission school. She says all of the research done for the history of the home will be made available to the new owner. See photos and more details of the listing at tourfactory.com