This grand old Greek Revival bank building has anchored the Natchez downtown business district for almost two hundred years . . . unchanged and as solid as the day it was built.
It has a huge open highly decorated and heavily marbled interior with the front two thirds of the space open up to a full height coffered ceiling . . . and it has a fluted columned partition separating it from the rear third which houses the vault, offices, utility rooms and restrooms.
It was an early bank but at the turn of the 20th century it was an elegant restaurant known as The Bank . . . .and in the last few decades it was the home of the famous but now closed Britton & Koontz Bank. For the last ten years it has been used for offices for the current owners.
OFFERED AT: $500,000
* Commercial * Lot Size:65’ x 95’ * Security System * Central Air *
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