The 33,000-square-foot Stone Castle Motel on Route 11 in Bloomsberg, Pa., will soon be razed to make way for a fleet of recreational vehicles.
The Daily Item reported that Wayne Brouse, the owner of Susquehanna Valley RV, purchased the 10-acre site with plans to demolish the building and relocate his Bloomsburg business there later this year where he’ll have more room to add three service bays. He’ll continue to operate a second location on Route 522 in Selinsgrove that was established in 1983.
Before demolishing the 57-year-old motel built by late Bloomsburg contractor Clyde Yohey, Brouse is gave the public a chance to purchase a piece of it at auction on Sunday (March 15).
The property contains loads of Ohio sandstone, flagstone, copper, steel, wrought iron railing and other materials in the 84-room motel and stone castle.
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