I have decided to buy the property from my MIL and it comes with the towns first fire hall/community center. It is a three stroy brick building built around 1860. When the town built the fire hall in 1970 or so, the old shop was closed up and left to rot. My MIL bought this place around 1998 and spent most of her fund fixing up the resturaunt and left the building alone. Three years ago I couldnt stand to seeing the place falling apart, so I had a metal room put on. The historic snobs where up in arms that I was not putting a cedar shake back on. Put they did not want to help pay for it. Anyhow the building is know dry and the windows ar next on the list to replace. There is one beam that is cracked from haveing 6' deep snow on the third floor. Other then this it is soild and just needs some tlc. Did I mention the second floor is solid red oak flooring srips around 2" wide covering the floors, walls and ceiling. Anybody want to help sand?