"519 Building/ Supper Club

 

Miles City, Montana

 

 

 

Property Overview:   The Historic 519 Building in Miles City was built in 1910 for the 1st National Bank by architect C.S. Haire. It has all of the grandeur one would expect of a bank building.  Limestone quarried and shipped from Indiana,  Reinforced Concrete, Granite, and Marble, are the construction materials.  The building maintains a high level of structural integrity to this day and we have never listed a more solidly built building. Updated plumbing, wiring, and heating throughout.  It currently houses office space on the first level and the 519 Supper Club on the 2nd level.  A full liqour license is included but could be separated off if the eventual buyer would like to re-purpose.  The upper level is serviced by an elevator and if converted would make a fantastic and unique living space in downtown Miles City.  Rental income from the offices or a business on the main floor.  Due to the mass of the building it runs exceptionally efficiently staying cool in the summer and warm in the summer with thermal mass holding temperature stability.  The amount of stone and concrete and archictectural detail hark back to another era one does not find in modern buildings of this type.  $729,000  

 

     

 Pertinent Information: 

  • Limestone, Granite, Marble, and Concrete Construction.  Very well built building.

  • Efficient to Heat and Cool

  • Modern Wiring, Plumbing and Ducting

  • Upper Floor currently operated as the 519 Supper Club.  Liquor License included.

  • Could easily be re-purposed and converted to living space.  Would make a unique and attractive upper level penthouse.

  • Upper level has separate entrance and elevator

  • Rental income from office rents on first level.

  • Contact Steve Krutzfeldt to schedule a showing

  • $729,000

 

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Offering is subject to errors, omissions, withdrawal, previous offers, and approval of purchase by owner.  All efforts have been made to insure the accuracy of the details though any potential buyer is advised to seek independent counsel as to the character of the property. Property is subject to price change, withdrawal, and approval of purchase by the owner. Property is being conveyed and buyer is accepting in its current "as is" condition