Historic Belmont, Nevada. Circa 1866
Located in the center of Belmont, comprised of several late 1800's businesses and county buildings including the Combinantion Mining office, Belmont Courier Newspaper office, original courthouse, jail, and sheriffs office, lodging house, mercantile, and even the site of a church. Belmont today has about a dozen full time residents, and is very remote, with spotty cell service, no tv or radio, completely off grid and self sustaining. This building complex has changed hands many times over the past 150 years including Indian Maggie and Rose Walters. The Parlor was once a steak house, the old Courier was a saloon for many years, and the main building a bed and breakfast. Now a private venture to help restore and preserve this Nevada historical treasure, and National Historic Distric since 1971, we are looking for those of the adventurous type to come stay with us while volunteering your skills to contribute to this effort.
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Restoration skills and labor needed
We need: painting (some requiring ladder work), mortor and stone work (brick and stone), carpenter, wall papering, tin ceiling installation, metal roofing repair and installation, chimney repair,weather stripping, trim work, insulation and sealing work, roofing, artists and those associated with the literary arts for promotion in newspapers, tv, books of central Nevada history and Belmont. Anything else of contributory help is of course greatly appreciated!
If you have any antiques from the late 1800's, or pictures, letters, okd stocks, memorabilia from Belmont or surrounding area, please let us know! Especially interested in Victorian and Eastlake style.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to stay on us and help contribute towards this great old place! We provide everything for you and take care of you while you are here! Just bring your labor and skills and leave the rest up to us!