If you are looking for a work/live building with lots of character, this building is it. This fully renovated downtown historic brick building has 4500 sf of finished area - which has a combination of retail and living area on two levels with an additional 2500 sf of basement storage. Built in 1888 for the Tribune Newspaper, it also housed the original State Bank and Odd Fellows Lodge upstairs. The entire building has been repainted, original tile floors with copper border in place downstairs, new double pane custom windows with Hunter Douglas shades, porcelain tile entry with solid walnut front door with Rocky Mountain Hardware. All new interior 5 panel doors, new light fixtures and fans upstairs and down. Upstairs has been converted to 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment with loft and new kitchen. The living area has 4x6 walk-in tiled shower, new kitchen appliances, large kitchen island, 16' ceiling with fir plank and 2 1/2" foam board for insulation. Basement is clean and dry for storage and contains the original safe area with iron stair case. Bathroom & storage cabinets behind retail area. This building has been totally renovated with new electrical, plumbing and the downstairs is cleaned out to allow for dry and clean storage. Original crown molding and maple floors have been cleaned and polished. All levels have been painted inside and out. The owner spared no expense to bring this building back to its original character. You can live upstairs and have a retail business downstairs. Call for a showing today!
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