The 2009 Waterfall Building sits on a glacial gorge overlooking the Springfield Waterfall and the Historic Iron Furnace which was the first iron furnace in Mercer County dating from 1837-1862. The building was constructed from the stone taken from the Archaelogical Dig by John White, YSU, on the property, which is tied in with some board and batten walls & green metal roof. The 3200 sq. ft building was influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright Organic Architecture, currently being used as retail space consisting of a show floor, display counters, office, work room, private conference room and 2 ADA conforming restrooms. Full glass windows on the entire east side of the building provide a magnificent view of the waterfall. Entry doors into the show room are quarter sawn oak taken from a Belgium Castle from the 19th Century. Vintage leaded glass in oak doors throughout the building. The fireplace in the main room includes a 200 year old Ohio Tavern Fireplace mantle which is hand painted (Folk Paint).
Don't worry! We'll never spam you or sell your details. You can unsubscribe whenever you'd like.
Listing Courtesy ofBERKSHIRE HATHAWAY THE PREFERRED REALTY