Historic Firehouse in Great Commercial Area
Early Firehouse originally built specifically to provide support to the early automobile industry including the early McFarlan Buggies which later became the McFarlan automobile. Other well-known automobiles such as the Cord, Empire and Lexington automobiles were all made next door to this historic building.
This area is known as America’s 1st industrial park. Built with 15 inch thick walls and iron beams. Contains a full dry and very solid basement.
It has a 1 bedroom apartment upstairs. The original firehouse ‘brass’ pole has been long gone. A perfect location and eye-catching building for a business with living and perhaps a business area together.
Your imagination is the only limit.
The hand-painted mural on the side of the early firehouse depicts the past history of the immediate area and what the scene may have been almost 100 years ago.
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|Address:||700 West 18th St|
|Bathrooms:||1 Full, 2 Half|