I love old buildings. I appreciate the architecture style and craftsmanship. Especially when it comes to historic brick buildings in Montana. So, when I recently saw a real estate listing for the old Park City, MT Public Library building, I was intrigued.

Credit: Daniel Klein, A Haus of Realty

Built in 1950 and currently owned by the Park City school district, the two-story, 1,448 sq. foot building has been used primarily for storage for the past few years. It's located on 1st Ave SW, next to Pop's Bar and currently listed by A Haus of Realty for only $120,000.  From the listing description,

Imagine the potential in this cute building on large parcel in the heart of Park City. Built as Park City Library and had been used for that purpose until recent years. Upper level has open space with fireplace, areas of shelving for books, and two storage closets. Lower level has open classroom area, mechanical room, and storage closets. Its next use is up to you, call today to take a look.

Credit: Daniel Klein, A Haus of Realty

No word if the books are included. It's fun to imagine the possibilities of this neat old building. I think it would make a really cool house, or an awesome bar, restaurant or brewery/distillery. The sky is the limit. That and your checkbook for renovations.