You Can Own a Vintage Montana Library
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.
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,
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.