Inside the "Little House in the City"

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This post was written as an addition to the recent post written by Mike Governale on Rochester Subway.

These were pictures taken in September of 2014, just as RG&E was finalizing its services to and from the Wahl's building. In case you're wondering about the conditions of the house inside - take a look - we're having a little fun with it, of course:

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the Rochesteriat

Nothing gets more "move-in ready" than this...

…with a beautiful wood-burning fireplace/stove that takes you back to old times...

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the Rochesteriat

…and the amount of natural light that illuminates the place is simply stunning.

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the Rochesteriat

The natural sunroof gives the owners a special view…

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the Rochesteriat

…and gives you the feeling that you are one with nature.

Signs of a legit shop are still evident -

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the Rochesteriat

- or a psychopath's killing factory…creepy!

The recently renovated stairwell and floors are sure to impress even the most critical of buyers...

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the Rochesteriat

...and for all you entrepreneurs in the making, a modern workspace that will not disappoint.

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the Rochesteriat

So... if this house wasn't being demolished, what would you turn it into?


Jason is co-Founder and Editor of the Rochesteriat. He thinks the Wahl's building could be used as a year-round haunted house - no renovations needed. Check out more @theRochesteriat or Facebook