This highly visible Victorian-era residence was home of Lee Mantle who was considered Butte's Fourth Copper King. A local architect H. M. Patterson built the Mantle home in the late 1800's. This stunning brick-veneered home features Tuscan style columns, a protruding bay with French doors and a rounded bay with curved glass windows. In the 1920's there was an additional wing changing the building from a residence to a mortuary - Duggan-Merrill Mortuary and then Duggan-Dolan Mortuary. There are endless opportunities to restore this building into the business of your dreams. The building has been vacant for years and there is some water damage on the inside. The current owners cleaned and gutted the property so the "dirty" work has already been done. A drive through garage entrance from the front to the back with a large portion for storage/mechanical work and oil change area.
This building is NRHP/Montana Historical Society plaque, is in the Opportunity Zone and URA District.
Listing Agent: Gina Ossello
(Data provided by Gallatin-BigSky-BSC data)