Oregon History

Baker City brick beauty


The Baker Gold & Silver building, built in 1900, has been a part of Baker City since the town’s earliest times. This well built historic building features repointed brick, new exterior paint, and a new roof within the last few years. The building is comprised of 3,050 sqft on the main level & 1050 on the mezzanine. Potential living quarters on the mezzanine level. The current tenant has an established rental history and would prefer to keep renting (they’ve been there for years).


Visit Loopnet for more info.



Oregon Real Estate

On the Market: threefer in Baker City, Ore.

Screen Shot 2020-02-23 at 11.14.30 AMPreservationists, entrepreneurs, or hoteliers take note: The Antlers & Rogers Hotels, as well as The Telephone Company buildings, are for sale. Here are the details:

  • Antlers hotel: Historic four-story brick hotel, main floor contains fully finished/leased commercial spaces. Upper 3 floors ready for build out.
  • Rogers building: Historic three-story tuff-stone hotel, main floor contains two leased commercial spaces. Upper 2 floors ready for build out.
  • Telephone Co. building: Recently used as a residence, this 6,000+ building was the original phone company to Baker and also served as an upscale restaurant.





Go here for more. As they say in the biz, bring your ideas. Antlers & Rogers can be sold separately.

Oregon Design and Architecture

House of the week: Baker City Beauty

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On the market for over a year, this historic beauty near downtown Baker City features beautiful woodwork throughout (and “so much potential”). Oversized lot, patio, garage and potential living quarters above the garage.

4 bedroom, 2.5 baths, with an asking price of $475,000

See the original listing for more info and pics.

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