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The Greenville Station

9870 Highway 150, Greenville, IN 47124

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6,672 SF | Special Purpose

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Federal-style Architecture

Special Purpose Property - Off Market

Price:
N/A
Building Size:
6,672 SF
Property Type:
Special Purpose
Property Sub-type:
Special Purpose (Other)
Property Use Type:
Vacant/Owner-User
No. Stories:
3
Year Built:
1812
Lot Size:
0.47 AC
Listing ID
15660100
Last Updated
over 1 year ago

Highlights

  • Historic Building
  • Federal-style architecture
  • Bed & Breakfast ready
  • Immediate Availability
  • Food Service Kitchen
  • Move in condition

Description

The Greenville Station is an antique shop, gourmet coffee bar, retail shop and wi-fi establishment dedicated to consistently providing customer satisfaction by rendering excellent service, quality high ends antiques, and furnishing a fun, clean, enjoyable gourmet coffee bar atmosphere at an acceptable price. We maintain a friendly creative work environment, which respects diversity, ideas, and hard work. Satisfying experiences are playing larger roles in each of our lives. Working people, modern families and the retiring baby-boomers are choosing to seek out specific experiences to supplement their ever-broadening lives. That original business venture that housed the mill, saddle shop and grocery still stands today. Historically referred to as the Old Mill and Ford's Flour Mill, The Greenville Station is believed to be the oldest commercial building in Greenville. Construction on the three-story brick structure began in 1810 and finished in 1812. Besides housing Ford's grocery and the saddle shop, the Old Mill was the Greenville Post Office from 1823 to 1973 when a new Post Office site was chosen.

Only 15 minutes from Louisville, Kentucky, The Greenville Station is a historical landmark and our goal is to bring it into the 21st century. Surviving nearly 200 years - as a station along the Pony Express line, carriage stop, town fire station, Masonic & Oddfellows lodge hall, local grocery, and most recently an antique shop - The Station was the only building to survive a turn of the century fire that devastated the town of Greenville. It was restored after a tornado removed the third story of the building. It has triumphantly remained despite Mother Nature, human error, and changing times.

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Created 4/11/2008