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c. 1900 Bank – Cumby, TX – $150,000

201 W Main St, Cumby, TX 75433 - Sold*

OWN A PIECE OF TEXAS HISTORY! This renovated historic bank building is open concept with an industrial feel. At the corner entrance, you pass through 8' tall double doors and step onto a floor tiled in U.S. pennies while overhead is a 16' tall ceiling with the original ornate tin panels. A custom light fixture fabricated from chicken feeders illuminates the main living area. Open the 1930s sliding vault door to expose a half bath with penny floors, antique washstand and designer lighting. Also included is a modern kitchen complete with stainless appliances and antique brick flooring. A custom floating staircase takes you to an open loft bedroom with a beautifully remodeled full bath and a new walk-in closet.

1 Beds // 1.5 Baths // 1602 Sqft

04/04/2017 // 35 Comments

1914 Bank – Casco, WI – $94,000

106 Church Ave, Casco, WI 54205 - Not For Sale*

Classic all-brick former Bank of Casco building converted to 2 bedroom 2 bath home greets you with 10-ft ceilings & abundant sunlight from large windows. Spacious living rm w/ gas fireplace & arched doorways. Large kitchen w/ stainless appliances, exposed brick & original Bank Vault converted to walk-in pantry. Roomy MB w/ walkout to patio, landscaped yard & garden. Location is perfect for a home business! Questions or offers? Contact the agent directly: Mike Wasilkoff, 920-676-9300.

2 Beds // 2 Baths // 2800 Sqft

01/18/2017 // 16 Comments

1887 Italianate/Commercial – Council Grove, KS – $82,000

130 W Main St, Council Grove, KS 66846 - Not For Sale*

Great Opportunity! Beautiful building in Downtown Council Grove, KS. Commercial zoned. Go back in time...this building is nothing short of Fabulous! It is characterized by tall walls and fabulous architecture, some brick interior walls and detailed trim...must see to appreciate! The Downtown location offers great visibility and a high traffic count to help bolster a business!

5061 Sqft

09/05/2016 // 16 Comments