The former art and event space dubbed the Indian Summer Lodge — tucked in between the MKT Trail and Blue Line Bike Lab on the corner of White Oak Dr. and Columbia St. — is now being shopped around to potential new owners. Pictured at top from the north is the 16,170-sq.-ft. trapezoidal property, home to a Quonset hut (shown above) and adjacent lodge building.
A year after the land was briefly rumored to be taking on the Tacos A Go Go that eventually moved in 4 blocks east of it, proprietor Jeff Law sold it in 2010. Since then, most portions of a third treehouse building that also sat on site and included a rooftop balcony have been torn down.
Here’s what $1,649,000 gets you now:
The semi-circular face of the east structure has recently gone gray.
But the outside of the other building looks just as yellow as ever:
At least, the portion you can see of it does. Shoots of bamboo run wild across the property, shading the house’s front entrance — pictured above off Columbia — from the yard and the yard from the adjacent bike trail:
A few more views of the outdoor furnishings that surround the place:
- 605 Columbia St. [HAR]
- Previously on Swamplot: Tacos a No-Go? What’s Up with the Indian Summer Lodge?
Photos of outdoor décor: Indian Summer Lodge