Recollect all that certain building, piece, parcel of land in the village of Ausable Forks, NY in the town Black Brook.
Can you recall the Curtis Tavern, House of Entertainment, The Ausable House, Hotel at Large, The Adirondack House, Friendly Lodge?
Now, let us call to mind the Riverside Hotel with reflections of the past, present and future. If buildings could talk-what memories and mysteries would they reveal. The Riverside has journeyed in time. It has established harmony with the North Country aesthetics.
Recollect gathering together again all that has been scattered of faded through time. As expressed, the historical era of the 1902 Riverside Hotel, the only one remaining out of many, is a true landmark in the Adirondacks. We have taken into account all the historical value the property has ascertained during its operation.
The present building originated as a hotel in 1902 was a functional in that capacity until 1960 when room prices still only demanded $1 to $3 dollars per night (the original sign still hangs in the Hotel lounge). In 1932, a 4 lane bowling alley was added to the existing building. The history of bowling allies first introduced to Ausable Forks in the late 1800's. The Ed Marshall Bowling Alley consisted of two lanes, and original wooden balls and pins were used at the time. In 1940 the Riverside received as American Bowling Congress charter and is still conducted under that charter.
The geographic location has greatly accounted for the success of the
business. Located in the hamlet of Ausable Forks, it services the only indoor community sport in the Ausable Valley. We draw patrons from twenty mile radius that continually support the sport.
Riverside Hotel and Bowling Alley is For Sale. Please click here for more information. It is currently Listed at $350,000.00.
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