Residential

From Odd Fellow Lodge to Downtown Apartments...

The second floor of the IOOF Building served as the IOOF and Rebeka meeting lodge from construction to approximately 1999, and the northern rooms retained many of their original architectural features. Areas towards the south of the building had been remodeled over the years to accommodate a kitchen and dining facility and many features were lost. Renovations that commenced in 2011, aimed to preserve these historic features while converting and repurposing rooms to create residential apartments.

IOOF Building: Trim and Hardware, Residential
The second floor interior retains original, unpainted woodwork, stained glass, cupola, hardware and flooring of the Odd Fellows Lodge. Much care was taken to restore, reuse and repurpose material creating a beautiful living environment that honors this building's history.

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IOOF Building: Bath, Residential