Newly renovated, the Milton State Bank is a Greek Revival/Italianate bldg., c.a. 1860. Served as a bank/residence during the Civil War and later as Milton's post office. Exquisite molding believed to have been done by Thomas Day. Could be used as a commercial building, private residence or as both. Property has original banking rooms & vault, a street-side entrance, and an elaborate residence-side entrance. New metal roof, new HVAC & upgraded electrical & plumbing. Guest house, barn & outbuildings.