This building is almost 100 years old built back in 1926.  The bank was in operation for roughly 5 years and fell during the Great Depression. It’s adorned with tin ceilings, brick walls and so much old world charm. When we bought it, it was nothing but a shell of a building. There were several roof leaks and ferns and moss growing inside. We renovated it into 2 separate vacation rentals. The building has a front room and a back room, so we really wanted to keep it that way. From our research, we have found that banks built back then often had an apartment in the back where the cashier or teller would stay to make sure the bank wasn’t robbed during the night. We’re assuming that’s what this back room was! Currently, you can stay on the vault side of the bank or the back teller’s quarters.