Friday, June 20, 2014

410 S. Division, Guthrie, OK 73044

410 S. Division, Guthrie, OK 73044
5,352 sq ft


The Rock Island Depot building was built around 1903 by the Choctaw, Oklahoma and Western Railroad. By about 1905 it was operated by the Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific Railroad. After the railroad was closed to this location, it was later operated as the Eaton Feed & Seed Company. They constructed a wood frame grain elevator to the north of the building. The Eaton Company eventually went out of business and the building has since been vacant for approximately 25 years. The downstairs area measur es 3420 sf and the upstairs apartment is 1932 sf. The north end of the building exhibits 20' clearance with the original beams and plank flooring. All brick walls and three dock doors. The south end is a large expanse with 8' high ceilings and a two bedroom apartment above. There is also a loft area overlooking the north end. For appointment to view or more information please call Jan Goodyear 405-740-6572 or email jcgoodyear@aol. com

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