Home or office? This century-old house-to-work space on the market in downtown Chattanooga has been both

A 105-year-old building that was originally a single-family home but is now used for general office space is on the market for a new owner in downtown Chattanooga.

The property at 407 E. Fourth St. has a brick exterior along with hardwood floors, pocket doors, extensive trim and moldings, decorative fireplaces and tall ceilings on the interior, according to commercial real estate broker Jay Robinson of Keller Williams Realty.

With a sale price of $985,000, the building's first level offers a traditional foyer with entry from a covered front porch. The original dining room is now a conference room. There's also a reception area and office, family room and office, and more office space plus a rear entry, kitchenette and half bath. The top level has three added office spaces, storage and a full bath.