This 4900 sq ft building sits on a 7800 sq ft lot on Main Street in Deer Lodge. It is in need of an almost total renovation. There are two new 95 % efficiency furnaces for the upstairs apartments which offer a bit of Montana history. According to Richard I Gibson of the Montana Standard in an article from July 4th 2016: "Marcus Daly’s love of race horses led him to construct a race track in Anaconda in 1888 south of Washoe Park, and about 1896 he re-built the track in Butte." After that move was made at some point Daly's Pavillion was disassembled & moved to Deer Lodge where it eventually ended up as an add on to the Mollenburg Motors building in Downtown Deer Lodge, where it sits today. In the attic space (2905 sq ft) behind the what is now 2 apartments (1995 sq ft), you can still see the original beams spanning the building (see photos). The ground level has a retail showroom & a huge warehouse behind it. The metal roof over the back of the building has been replaced. There is a 14 ft garage door in the back of the warehouse. The building's last use was as a laundromat. Buyers and/or their Agent are responsible for checking all property data including but not limited to square footage, zoning, covenants and anything pertinent to this transaction. Bring your realtor or call Bob Zimorino at (406) 239-9795 or your real estate professional.
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