GREER, AZ - One of Greer's most popular resort attractions is going up for sale.
The owners of the Snowy Mountain Inn have decided to retire and will soon hand over the reigns to new owners.
The Inn was originally built in 1955 in the White Mountains.
Eight cabins and the lodge will be part of the auction.
The current owners have restored the Inn to its former glory and are thankful to all their loyal customers from over the years.
The Snowy Mountain Inn sits on almost 10 acres in Greer near a private lake.
The live auction will take place Saturday, August 10. Auction Systems Select will be handling the bidding.
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