In the heart of Pine Plains, this gracious building has welcomed people in the community for nearly 200 years. Built in 1836, and then immediately rebuilt better than ever after a tornado in 1838, it was converted to the Grange Hall in 1932. Most...
In the heart of Pine Plains, this gracious building has welcomed people in the community for nearly 200 years. Built in 1836, and then immediately rebuilt better than ever after a tornado in 1838, it was converted to the Grange Hall in 1932. Most recently a European antiquities forum, it can accommodate gatherings of various sizes, offering numerous possibilities for the future: organizational use, offices, concessions, gallery, art, dance or yoga studio, loft-style residence, more retail, a food emporium for local products, or possibly an eatery, although no kitchen at present. Full, English style basement with plenty of light, half bath, and front and back entrances offers a lot of extra capacity. New roof 1997, tower 2015. Windows are original. Must be seen and experienced to appreciate.
Listing Courtesy of Marilee Talman, Heather Croner Real Estate Sotheby's International Realty
Listings Provided by Columbia Greene Northern Dutchess MLS.
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