An historic building that once served as Young America's city hall is for sale on the market, listed at $449,900. This 1909 two-story brick building has been converted to a single-family home that could also easily accommodate a home-based business.
Located at 102 2nd Avenue SE in Norwood Young America, this striking home is on an easy access corner lot. The first floor is 2,000-square-feet including a garage, a bathroom, and open space which could serve as a living room or would also be suitable for a business.
The upstairs has over 3,000-square-feet of living quarters which includes 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a large kitchen, a living room, dining room, and a 3 season porch. Additionally, there is a partial loft which houses a recreation room, a recording studio, and a library with a gas fireplace.
This century-old structure also has a ticket window, an old jail cell, an in-ground swimming pool, and a bell tower - minus the bell. Some of the hardwood floors in this home used to be part of a basketball court. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Check out our listing for this home, which also includes photos of this home's beautiful unterior. A Star Tribune article has also recently been written about this interesting and unique home.