Don't miss this opportunity to own one of our most recognized landmarks described by Wendell Nelson in "Houses That Grew" as a French Norman style. The Norman Tower with it's conical roof, rounded arched doorway and narrow windows identify it as truly "one of a kind". This magnificent structure was built in 1933 by Dr. Earle Kidder and was later occupied by his widow Mabel Anderson Kidder. Author Nelson describes it as reminiscent of the world famous Cotswold Cottage and G.W. Vanderbilt's "Biltmore" in Asheville North Carolina. Located one block east of downtown, it is currently used as office space for two tenants: an accounting firm and the Community Foundation. Current leases run through May of 2016. There is handicap accessibility for main level and one and a half baths. It has a full brick and stone exterior and a massive slate roof plus quality replacement windows through out. You will appreciate the new furnace installed in 2007 and the lower level finishing used as additional storage. Both tenants enjoy the use of a spectacular conference room with a massive fireplace, fantastic natural light and a 14 foot high ceiling. "The Building is only For Sale"
|Building SqFt: 0||Type: Real Estate For Sale|
|Total SqFt: 3,945||Units: 2|
|Land SqFt: 1-10000||Parking: Off Site, Private, Street Parking|
|Municipality: Stevens Point, City Of||Area: Stevens Point|
|Possible Use:||Sale/Rent: S|
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