Located on a corner lot in the historic and exciting town of Columbia stands this eye-catching brick property. Built in 1884, it first started as a school and has since transformed into a business with an apartment on the upper level. As you enter through the large set of doors to the eye-catching foyer, you'll see a grand staircase, ceramic tile floor and striking chandelier. From the foyer, you can go left into a large open room with hardwood floors, a fireplace, and track lighting which is now used as a business. To the right of the foyer is another large room currently used as a woodshop containing hardwood floors, large windows allowing lots of natural light and has a fireplace. Through the foyer is a half bath with convenient laundry closet. A door leads to the spacious lower level, which also has endless possibilities and could be converted to several uses such as offices, living quarters, or even a workshop. As you ascend the grand staircase to a 1st landing, a decorative door leads into another half bath. On each side of the bath is a storage closet. Make your way up to the 2nd floor landing which leads to 2 separate rooms. The first is a retro apartment and an overall unique space featuring a loft style sleeping area, full bath, and kitchen. The living room hosts a fireplace, a long counter with built-in storage and large windows that overlook the street below. A full kitchen has GE gas cooking, GE built-in dishwasher, and a large sink with a garbage disposal. The apartment also comes with a full bath with bench seat and tub/shower combo. Across from the apartment is an event studio with hardwood floor, large windows that look over the town and a one-of-a-kind stage. The exterior is classic with brick, has a covered front porch before the front door and has an original rod iron fence; as well as 8 parking spaces, a storage shed and a small yard with landscaping. Excellent location with access to major highways, short commute to York, Harrisburg and Lancaster. Close to the Susquehanna River and the artistic and historic events that Columbia has to offer.