Historic bathhouse for sale in Lake Elsinore

The landmark Crescent Bath House in Lake Elsinore is on the market at $795,000.

Built in 1887, the multi-hued Turkish bathhouse was the brainchild of architect Frank Ferris and business partner Franklyn Heald. To attract travelers arriving from points east, it was set across the street from the train station.

An eclectic blend of Victorian and Moorish Revival styles, the exotic structure features spires on the roof and arches that frame the windows and doorways. Currently in use as an antique store, the building is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Crosby Doe and Matthew Berkley of Crosby Doe Associates are the listing agents.


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