Iconic 19th Century stone dwelling in Oella of Ellicott City. The epitome of preservation and a reflection of a lifetime of loving care, this handsome building has been cherished and sensitively improved upon by its steward-family owners for generations. Once known as The Oella Mill Storekeeper’s House, this residential building has been converted to commercial and multi-family apartment use, generating $67,000 in annual income. A darling retail salon unit occupies the first floor of the building and features a host of authentic materials, including original wide-plank hardwood flooring and a gorgeous stone fireplace. There are four gathering rooms, a half bathroom, a kitchenette, and a small entry foyer. Two completely charming, two-bedroom residential apartment units occupy the building's second and third floors, each with a private entrance from a small courtyard at the rear. Each apartment's original hardwood flooring and exposed stone fireplace features blend well with their modernized kitchens and improved bathrooms. Additional features of this fine building include updated mechanical and zoned heating and air conditioning systems. The building is zoned BMCCC, a Business Major, Commercial Community Core district. Uses permitted under the Baltimore County Zoning Code include retail and residential. A fabulous building and property for owner-user and investors alike!
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Listing Agent: Kimberly D Kepnes
Listing Office: Monument Sotheby's International Realty