Beautiful 6000+ sqft historic solid masonry building in Winnsboro, TX

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Winnsboro, Texas

Live+Work+Play+Invest in Historic Northeast Texas….
A beautiful 6000+ square-foot historic building in the Bowery District of picturesque Winnsboro Texas. Built in 1901 this historic structure offers incredible versatility of use. Until 1940 it served as a bank and still has the two original vaults built in to the structure. The property is currently configured as a restaurant on the first floor and has a separate bar that fronts on Market Street that shares a kitchen with the restaurant. The bar and restaurant are currently not leased.
There is a 1.5 floor room off the restaurant that would make a great office or storage area.
The second level of the property is entered from the south side of the building and is currently being used as the owners residence. The top level has 13 foot plus ceilings and currently is configured as a four bedroom one and a half bath residence with dramatic views out to the town. The property is solid masonry construction with a foot thick walls; they don’t build properties like this anymore.
This property has a multitude of ways in which it should be used. It could be an office building, house almost any kind of business, a bed-and-breakfast, hotel or a very large residence. The history and character of the structure is something you rarely find. 
Winnsboro has many events that drive traffic into the area on a regular basis including pageants, arts and crafts, parades, antique cars and tractors, gun shows, wine festivals, live music, concerts and Fall trail rides through the scenic countryside. 
Settlement of Windsboro begin in the early 1850’s.  In the 1930s Winnsboro was frequently visited by notorious outlaws Bonnie and Clyde. When hiding out with an accomplice who lived near Winnsboro, Bonnie and Clyde occasionally visited downtown Winnsboro to eat, shop, and (rumor has it) to pick up a supply of ammunition in front of the depot. Winnsboro was one of the last places the notorious duo were known to stop before their demise in Louisiana in May 1934.
Today with the population near 4000, Winnsboro is bustling center of activity attracting new businesses, expanding current businesses, and experiencing new industrial business growth.
For sale: $384,000; Owner financing available. Property is also available for Lease, $3500 a month.
For more details, please contact Bill Griffin at 214-476-4253 or Olga McLemore at 817-715-2801.