This is a great opportunity to own a part of historical Winfield! This building is truly wonderful. Can you imagine a speak easy, restaurant, coffee house, microbrewery, apartments, pub, wedding venue or many other opportunities in this space? The main floor currently houses the printing presses, dark room and office spaces for the Courier Traveler newspaper - the basement was used by paper boys and girls for many years and still has many of their names on the walls and ceilings. The second floor housed businesses as well as the BPOE and the Girl Scouts. The third floor boasts a huge ballroom space. The native stone is absolutely beautiful as are the wonderful decorative carvings. On second and third floor, there are arched doorways, dimple glass in the office doors and windows, school house light fixtures, tin ceilings, beams and much more. There are many, many uses for this wonderful building which is on Highway 160 in the historical district of downtown Winfield, Kansas. The full history of this building is currently being researched by the Cowley County Historical Museum. The current business has moved to a smaller space but the Courier Traveler newspaper will still be in operation! There is lots of free public street parking on two sides of the building as well as a large free public parking lot across the street to the west. Check out the virtual tour!!!
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