139 Main Street
About This Property
This one of a kind architectural gem is located on the West end of Main Street...Presently housing a church since 1956, originally built as the Mechanics Savings bank during the depression, the vault is still on site behind the altar. On the polished granite of the building are 2 panels in carved relief depiction a man's arm holding a hammer, the arm & hammer were to be symbolic of the strength of the financial institution located within,as well as representative of the corp.name..The Mechanics Savings Bank. The build.was constructed by James Forrestal Co. in 1929. The hanging bronze latern still remains at the entrance. As you enter, the original green mountain marble walls and marble floors presently covered by carpets are still in tact. Hidden above the drop ceilings is another 20' of height, and a magnificent domed marble ceiling, large skylight in the center, and huge pillars with medallions soar to the ceilings which create a site of grandeur. Building is 6000 sq ft & has a functioning kitchen, 4 bathrooms, meeting rooms & offices, and basement is an additional 6000 sq ft with 8'ceilings and egress. There is a separate entrance off of Commerce St. The possibilities are endless.
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Listing information last updated on August 6th, 2020 at 10:16pm CDT.