The historic Ehrlich Hospital, built in 1922, has been fully and thoughtfully renovated and is available for sale, complete with established tenants. Dr. Sig Ehrlich died in 1937 at the age of 49, Dr. Mortimer Alfred Ehrlich died in 1986 at the age of 92, and practiced medicine until his death. The Ehrlich family were among the first Jewish people to settle in Bainbridge, and the Drs. Ehrlich practiced in this building for many years. In fact, the West side of the ground floor was the hospital’s operating room! The East side of the ground floor was originally the lobby and doctors’ offices, and today they remain a lobby and offices. Historians will appreciate that the original doors have been painstakingly preserved, including the original glass, even! Custom windows have been rebuilt to match originals. The second floor has been carefully converted to two apartments (one one-bed/one-bath, and one two-bed/two-bath), both full of historic charm, an industrial loft feel, amazing views, and prime downtown location, less than a block from beautiful Willis Park. Don’t miss this opportunity to invest in a completely unique piece of Bainbridge, Georgia history!
Updated on August 24, 2022 at 12:11 pm