A historic mansion in Owings Mills, which was last used as a wellness center, heads to auction next month.
Towson-based Alex Cooper Auctioneers Inc. will handle the auction of the 8,400 square feet of building on a .75 acre lot that is scheduled for June 26.
“The auction of the Historic Trentham Mansion is an incredible opportunity to own a piece of Baltimore history,” Scott Frank, auction agent at Alex Cooper, said in a news release. “The property has been fully remodeled and restored, making it ideal for any number of owners or small businesses looking for a unique space that’s conveniently located in the Owings Mills/Reisterstown area.”
The property has two new parking lots that are zoned for 25 cars. Zoning on the property allows the building to be used for a variety of uses including multi-family, mixed-use and restaurant space.
According to state tax records, the property last sold in 2006 for $535,000. The state property assessments set the value at $467,100.
The property’s octagonal bathhouse dates back to 1747, a year after the original home was built. The original home was damaged by fire in 1857, rebuilt in 1860 and is now known as Trentham Mansion.