Mona Coal-Ice is sweet

So what’s with the recently painted gold-lettered “Mona Coal-Ice” on Vernon Boulevard?  Is it an olde-tymey steam-punk themed haberdashery?  Is it a spin-off from the ice cream store next door?  Or maybe we should take it literally and get our ice for parties and coal for umm, you know, like burning?  No. no, thanks to a little sleuthing from my desktop I came across a listing describing an apartment based out of this historic building.  It was built in 1895 and the apartment has features of that era: tin-pressed ceilings with Egg & Dart Crown molding and a fireplace.  Even though the latter is non-working, it’s a pretty cool 1-bdrm apartment asking $2,250.  Check it out.

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