High 14 foot ceilings with large 8 foot solid wood doors, full kitchen, furniture, appliances, linens, rooftop views
This apartment was converted from artist lofts that had once been rooms in the hotel which is known as the Buhne Building, built in the late 1800s, named after the late Mate Henry Hans Buhne who discovered the Humboldt Bay's entrance. The style is Renaissance Revival and you will find brick and cast iron throughout the building. There is a feeling of belonging and importance, the artist who reside here certainly feel a connection with the building as well as Old Town. The beautiful wood floors, arches, tall arched windows, mouldings, and large heavy doors are all original to the building.
Whether you enjoy hiking in the ancient giant redwoods, studying the history of the Native Americans who live here, are coming to fish and hunt in the abundance nature provides here, or to tour the lumber mills, in Humboldt County you will experience the learn to love its history and character.