We have two new additions to our collection of rental properties. The first is 115 E. Smith St., in Oxford, Indiana. It was originally built as a bank in approximately 1895. It is two stories with a basement, approximately 1000 sq ft per floor. Both floors are currently configured as rental units.
The second is 107 E. Smith St., also in Oxford, Indiana. It was built by the Masons in about 1915 as a Masonic Lodge. It is also two stories with a bsement, with approximately 4800 sq ft per floor. The first floor is currently configured as modern office space on the west side ('West Wing'), and a little more dated office space on the east side ('East Wing').
The original spaces are 12' tall with beautiful tin ceilings. The building was a Masonic Temple from 1915 to about 1979.
We'll be working to restore the building as much as possible, removing the 'improvements', which are mostly in the office space areas.
If you know anything about the history of this building, by all means get in touch with us as I'd like to collect information on the configuration and use of the building over it's life.