Originally built in 1909, the Harmony Club fell into disrepair and neglect for decades until David Hurlbut bought the property for $100,000 in 1990.
Since then, David has poured his own unique style into the Harmony Club and has filled it with antique furniture and coveted artwork. He describes his interior design aesthetic as "Neo-Gilded Age Steampunk," with the most impressive aspect of his vision being that he saw so much potential in this neglected building and had the courage to invest the time, money and effort into bringing it to life.
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