In an exciting development, the iconic Old National Hotel in Bath will go up for auction starting December
From staff reports, image from GuestReservations.com,
The announcement came via a Facebook post from the Bath Village Police Department, revealing that the auction of the Old National Hotel, nestled at 13 East Steuben Street, will commence on Monday, December 11.
Williams & Williams Real Estate Auctions will oversee the property’s auction, which runs from 10 a.m. on December 11 to noon on December 13. The opening bid for this remarkable piece of history is set at $700,000. For potential buyers or those simply curious, open public inspections are scheduled from December 1 to December 8, spanning from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Constructed in 1915, the Old National Hotel stands as a testament to Bath’s rich heritage. With its four-story structure, it houses a charming blend of restaurant and retail spaces along with 24 rooms, each equipped with its private bathroom.
What makes this property even more enticing is its strategic location. Situated across from the courthouse and Pulteney Park, it offers a picturesque view and a prime location. It also enjoys close proximity to notable attractions such as the Glen Curtis Museum and the Corning Museum of Glass.
The auction of the Old National Hotel promises to be an exciting event, potentially marking a new chapter in the history of this esteemed building. As the auction date draws near, anticipation is building among those eager to see what the future holds for this Bath landmark.