Historic Bastrop Commercial Property

When it comes to extolling the great features of a property, who better to do so than the seller? We thought the seller of this historic building on the square in downtown Bastrop, Louisiana did a great job covering the long history of ownership and usage of the building. This was the first building in Bastrop to have a freight elevator, as well as being one of the first with air conditioning. The amazing walk-in cedar closet that was build to store fur coats when it was a department store is still in perfect condition. It’s definitely a unique property, and we’re glad we go to know some of it’s grander past.

Property Details:

This historic building in Bastrop LA offers 10,000 square feet of retail space. Concrete floors on first & second floors, wood floors cover the first floor. Parking in front & rear of building. Freight elevator, updated AC, original fixtures to be included in sale. This property is currently priced well below current appraisal. Property can be used for multiple purposes. For more information, contact Realtor Mark Phelps at John Rea Realty (318) 388-0941, email rmp793@ymail.com or visit our website.

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http://www.johnrearealty.com for more commercial property listings in Northeast Louisiana.

The Chennault Aviation and Military Museum

This is a great place to visit in Monroe. Our own Frances Cox has family ties in the museum’s exhibits, and the director Nell Calloway is General Chennault’s granddaughter. Watch to find out more about Chennault’s journey to China and the start of the Flying Tigers. A great amount of history is included in the Chennault Aviation and Military Museum in Monroe LA. From WWI to recent conflicts in the Middle East, the Chennault has an amazing collection of artifacts.