Once the Bank of White Sulphur Springs, this 1926 brick building received a 2004 award for Best Commercial Remodeling Project. Creatively blending elements of tile, wood and metal, the building is visually arresting and offers endless possibilities for use as a business, office complex or apartments. Located on a highly visible downtown corner with its own paved parking lot.
A tiled landing on Main Street leads through double doors into a tiled entry hall with a chandelier. Beyond the hall this level is currently a spacious open-plan apartment with 13-foot ceilings and architectural features reminiscent of an urban loft. The kitchen area has laminate counters, a large stainless steel sink, custom cabinetry, tile flooring and an eat-at counter comfortably seating 4. Frigidaire appliances include a refrigerator-freezer, an electric range and a wall-mounted microwave.
The central living area has attractive ceiling beams with track lighting and plenty of space for any type of furniture configuration. The bank’s former safe has been cleverly repurposed as a one-of-a-kind walk-in clothes closet. There is a pivate office with a half-bath with a porcelain sink and tiled floor.
The carpeted master bedroom has a crystal chandelier and extensive wood shelving. The master bath has a tiled floor, a cultured marble scalloped sink and a shower-tub. A Frigidaire washer and dryer are nearby.
The upstairs level, presently designed for offices, includes a conference room overlooking Main Street, three private offices (two with carpet and one with oak flooring), a large open office area, a kitchenette, and a half-bath with a pedestal sink. This level features truly stunning, eye-catching pressed copper ceilings with integrated recessed lighting. The conference room includes a wet bar with a refrigerator. Speakers are incorporated throughout this level for a sound system.
The basement level has a variety of finished rooms with plaster walls and slate floors, and utility/mechanical areas. The basement offers direct access to the outside.
This fascinating, meticulously remodeled building enjoys a prominent corner location on Main Street in downtown White Sulphur Springs, where it operated as the town’s largest bank from 1926-1972, and also housed a newspaper office. Less than a minute from The Greenbrier, the building is ideally located for a small business, a corporate headquarters, an office complex or low maintenance in-town living.
+ New Roof 2004
+ New HVAC 2017
+ New wiring 2004
+ New windows 2004
+ New doors 2004
+ Paved parking lot 2004
+ New electric SVC 2004
+ New gas SVC 2004
+ New front porch 2004
+ New plumbing and fixture
+ New paint
+ New trim, ceiling, mouldings
+ New copper ceiling 2nd floor
+ New carpet 2nd Floor
+ New Tile and lights lower basement
+ New internet + data wiring
+ Touch up paint 2018