Wow! Over 11,000 square feet! Circa 1906 in Idaho. $125,000

This would be pretty cool to own! Lots of possibilities for it. The structure was built in 1906 as a Methodist church. It was later used as a theatre. There are sandstone walls, stained glass, grand balcony, beautiful chandelier and a basement. The building is 11,456 square feet. $125,000

Contact Gary Bergen with Silvercreek Realty Group: 208-816-1750

From the Zillow listing:

Being SOLD “Where is – As-IS”. Nestled in Lewiston’s historic district, this property is surrounded by elegantly designed residences and located next to the charming Trevitt Park. Originally a Methodist church, this historic building was most recently home to the Lewiston Civic Theatre. The building boasts a number of remarkable features, including a fusion of basalt foundation and sandstone walls, which lend it a unique aesthetic appeal. Historic stained glass windows, a grand balcony, and a cathedral ceiling are features that are rarely found in modern constructions. Notably, an exquisite chandelier with a manually operated winch for maintenance adds to the theatre’s allure. The property comprises a basement, a main floor, both approximately 5,728 sq. ft., a balcony, and an attic. Most of the wiring has been updated. The building offers versatility for various purposes, including single-family, multi-family, special purpose, assisted living, or daycare facilities.

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