Wanna Live In A Historic Fire Station? Brass Pole & Bell Tower Included
You're in the kitchen and dinner is ready. You call the kids and they come sliding down the fireman's brass pole. That could become a reality if you live in this historic fire station that's for sale in Holland.
Located at 106 E 8th Street, the historic fire station is in the heart of Downtown Holland. Listed on the National Historic Registry, it's one of Holland's premier historic properties.
You can capture a piece of history for your residence and investment portfolio. The property built in 1883 includes many historic accents.
The vestibule highlights some original materials & the brass firepole. The upper floor residential space has kept history alive with much of the original wainscoting in the living & kitchen space, plus tin ceilings & the bell tower!
The renovations and updates kept historic preservation of these valuable materials in mind when creating the 2 bed- 2 bath layout. With over 7,000 square feet, you'll find spacious dimensions offered in the living room, kitchen, and dining design. It even includes heated bathroom floors!
The private office overlooks 8th street which could double as a 2nd bedroom which also has 2nd bath ensuite access.
The upper level living area has access to the back entry & large, tall, carport area plus the foyer and stairwell. Sit on the park bench in the garden like alcove in the front of the building and enjoy all the downtown festivities. The brick pavers have snowmelt allowing outdoor comfort & use throughout all the seasons.
The main level is currently designed for office space and could be for multiple users or one space. Office suites plus common conference and restrooms are laid out for flexible tenant use and options. The home does not include the copy machine as it is leased.
The asking price is $1,660,000 million. The monthly payment is just over $8,000. The property is listed by Alicia Kramer at RE/MAX Lakeshore.
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