Here is your chance to own your own music hall in the historic town of Rocky Ford, GA. This beautiful music hall has a full bar, sound stage, dance floor, all equipment stays. The only thing missing is you and your imagination. Could make for a great private party venue or a great place to shoot a movie. Call today and make an offer. Seller is motivated A little history, for you history buffs; The founder of the Piggly Wiggly grocery store chain, Joseph T. Newton, Jr., Greta's cousin, grew up and learned the grocery business in the building when it was originally a grocery store. His father, Joseph T. Newton, Sr. is buried on Greta's family plantation a mile north of Rocky Ford. The building was originally two stories built in the late 1880's, and burned in 1926 on Greta's Aunt Willy's wedding night. It was then rebuilt using Carnage steel beams placed on pilasters in order to clear-span the space. A 40' clear span is rare for that period. It also has a crawl space under it, also very rare. The front of the building facing Railroad St. is actually a glass storefront with the glass intact behind the wall finishes. Could be used for a variety of uses. The 10-ton AC unit in the rear courtyard just needs electrical hook-up and simple ductwork to cool the building for the 250 person seating capacity. That is a $15,000 unit.