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This quiet, unfurnished, 850-square-foot apartment faces the garden. The bottom floor has a large living room with hardwood floors and three tall windows, and a spacious kitchen with modern appliances, including dishwasher, and washer and dryer. The top floor has two bedrooms with original, painted hardwood floors. The bathroom features a pinwheel tile floor, a tiled shower with dual showerheads, and a refurbished vintage sink with a vintage-style faucet.
This unfurnished, 850-square-foot apartment on two floors features panoramic river views. The bottom floor has a living room, a dining room, and a spacious kitchen with modern appliances, including dishwasher, and washer and dryer. Original lath and plaster walls, doors with transom windows, and hardwood floors throughout preserve the apartment’s turn-of-the-century charm. The west-facing living and dining rooms feature original wainscoting with beautiful bay windows in the living room. The top floor has two bedrooms (one with a 100-square-foot loft and storage) and a bathroom. The bathroom features a pinwheel tile floor, a tiled shower with dual showerheads, and a refurbished vintage sink with a vintage-style faucet.
ABOUT THE BUILDING
The three-story building at 172 Spruce Street was built by the Milkint brothers in 1905 to serve the fast-growing coal town of Thomas, West Virginia. The street-front commercial space was used as a general store until the mid-1960s and then it sat empty for almost half-a-century. Beautifully restored to its original turn-of-the-century charm, the Milkint Building features six apartments and two commercial spaces. Close to Dolly Sods Wilderness Area and the ski resorts at Canaan Valley and Whitegrass, the apartments can be used for permanent living, or as a weekend getaway.