Former Community Hall in Oella available for private purchase and redevelopment for the first time in its history. Original construction of the dwelling dates to the early 19th Century with reports of reconstruction and expansion in the early 20th Century. The stone and frame dwelling towers over the roadway and totals nearly 4,500 square feet. The building was used commercially as a country store and post office in the 1800s, was converted to a commercial co-op and community event facility in the 1900s and has, most recently, been utilized as a creative commercial office space and wellness center. The building has been contemplated for residential redevelopment over the last decade. Illustrative drawings are available for conceptual consideration. Commercial and residential uses are supported within the current zoning guidelines; however, Baltimore County should be consulted to confirm any change of property use and to confirm guidelines, limitations and opportunities for redevelopment and the number of available residential dwelling units.