1925 Masonic Lodge – Orient, IA

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113 N Broad St, Orient, IA 50858

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  • $42,000
  • 2 Bath
  • 2080 Sq Ft
Old Masonic Lodge built in 1925 with original millwork, 5 panel solid wood doors, hardwood floors and period-style pendant chandeliers. Both main floor and lower level have large open spaces - suitable for any large gatherings. Kitchen has two serving windows and built-in pantry. Many many possibilities.... community fitness center, music hall or dance studio, art gallery, retail, church, destination restaurant ... be creative! Could also be turned into a large residential home or bed & breakfast. Some options may require zoning change.
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Dino Groumoutis, Creston Realty,
(641) 278-1484
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12 Comments on 1925 Masonic Lodge – Orient, IA

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  1. Van says: 36 comments

    Funny, door says gents. Do they have a ladies room. It’s the masons lodge after all.

  2. Dave Gloss says: 25 comments

    Love the deco lights! Would make a nice place for weddings, etc., if there aren’t too many ghosts!

  3. jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 1053 comments
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    1947 Ranch

    If I could have this as my studio, I would be in hog heaven. ROOOOOMMM! Spread out…three, four easels up at once. Huge tables to hold paint, palettes and with so much room left to dance around to the music. *SIGH*
    What I wouldn’t give….Seems cheap at twice the price.

  4. Tommy Q says: 445 comments

    That is one small town…

  5. Cathy F. says: 2294 comments

    Cool art deco ceiling lights!

  6. hearsetrax says: 241 comments

    I swear sooo many possibilites with this place jejeje

  7. says: 20 comments

    Was the vault door sealed closed? Seems odd.

  8. Mark Wood says: 53 comments

    Uh-Oh! I TOLD them NOT to unseal the vault!!! Bwa-Ha-Ha…

  9. Colleen J says: 1049 comments

    The street looks like a set from a movie for a deserted town or something, but the building is great!

  10. Don from Manassas says: 41 comments

    Would make a great church. Nice building.

  11. Tommy G says: 40 comments

    I like it for a restaurant, but that elevated door needs a long winding ramp. Ceiling lights are very scarce today. A lodge should have a lady’s room somewhere.

  12. Jessica says: 1 comments

    I simply love this place.


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