Properties for Lease/Sale

Beverly ONTRAC is working with community partners to increase occupancy of buildings in the historic district. Several one-of-a-kind buildings are currently available for lease or sale.

For more info on any of these properties, or to update this list call the Beverly Heritage Center at 304-637-7424.

For Lease

I.O.O.F. Building

Note: IOOF Community Room (upstairs) is currently available for as a location for community or private events. Call the number below about renting it.

ioof n leonards feed resize.jpgDescription: The commercial storefront space on the first floor is available for lease. Incubator rates may be available to encourage small artisan businesses. This small storefront will be available for long-term rental in 2018.

The event rental space upstairs includes a commercial kitchen and a dance hall. The space has been rented for several professional conferences, business meetings, and dances, and it is the regular meeting place for the I.O.O.F.

This rectangular frame hall sits on the west side of Main Street facing the town square. It has stamped metal sheathing and a front parapet wall with center gable.

History: Built in 1914 by the Odd Fellows.

For information, contact the Beverly Heritage Center at 304-637-7424

For Sale

Rohrbaughs Store

This building was built around 1915

Owner: Cliff Hyre

Status: Currently Rented to a Daycare

This building was built around 1915 and has been in continuous use since then. The building features a front parapet wall that faces the Beverly Town Square, which will remain a public green space maintained by the town in posterity. This building is visible from Beverly’s Main intersection, Main & Files Creek. The owner is considering selling the building.

For more information, call: 304-636-9111

Humbolt Yokum House

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This home was built by Dr. Humboldt Yokum c.1890, a son of Dr. and Mrs. George W. Yokum. Humboldt founded and was the president of the Beverly Bank starting in 1900.

Status: Vacant

Owner: Dorwin Wolfe

This Queen Anne style home is located on the south end of Main Street. It includes 2 1/2 stories and has historically been residential. Includes an outbuilding which was originally Dr. Humbolt Yokum’s office. Could potentially be adapted for commercial use. 

Howard Hanna Realty

Call: Stacey Bartlett at 443-604-5351

Channel Store

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The Channel Store building dates from about 1915.

Status: Residential For Sale

Owner: James Paul and Ashley Jo Hively

This property includes a commercial space on the first floor and a residential apartment on the second floor. It features a gable roof with a front parapet wall and center gable. 

Call:  304-642-0080

1813 Randolph County Jail

The second jail built in Beverly c.1813. William Marteny and William Steers built this jail for $250, building it with thick walls and foundations four feet underground. .

Status: Currently Occupied as a Residence; For Sale

This is a two-story plain brick structure with a symmetrical three-bay facade and matching inside end chimneys. The deep-set window ledges show the depth of the original walls. The original building had a simple stoop, which has been replaced by a large porch across the front of the house. The house’s only decorations are cut-out cornice brackets and double doors with arched panels of glass, which probably date from the 1870’s. The property is in the central commercial district of Beverly but has been used as a residence since its original use as a jail.

Call: Marlena 304-704-3885 (House Hunters Realty)