A Historic Hotel in Rumford Could Be Your Home
Fancy yourself a hotel tycoon much like the Hilton family? Here's the best way to get started. Snatch up the Strathglass Building, formerly known as the Harris Hotel in Rumford, and watch your empire grow!
The official listing for 25 Hartford Street in Rumford says, "The Strathglass Building was constructed in 1906 and originally operated as the 'Hotel Harris'. A town landmark, and still remains listed on the National Register of Historic Places."
So how deep into your wallet will you have to reach for this historic property? Considering the massive size, history, and potential it's not that much:
An Old Postcard of the Building Shows It's History
People mill about on horse-and-buggies in front of the Strathglass Building in this old postcard print. In the early 1900s, this building was occupied by a department store.
Modern Features Mix with Original Details
"Converted to apartments and commercial units, this 4 story building now boasts 36 apartments and 2 retail units on the main level. Main floor accommodates a 2600SF restaurant, a 1800SF salon and main lobby."
Impressive Architecture Greets You in the Lobby
Like a true hotel, the lobby impresses guests when they first arrive. The listing says, "Lobby has staircase to mezzanine level and architectural details."
Guest Rooms Turned Apartments Leave Room for Personal Touches
The experienced investor and real estate connoisseur may elect to turn each of the former guest rooms into apartments. While the rooms are a little lackluster now, imagine what could be done with a renovation?