High Mountain Hall~ 'Our mission is to provide a location in the heart of our community where people gather for health, fitness and celebration.' High Mountain Hall offers an aesthetically beautiful reconstruction of one of Camden's oldest community buildings. Originally built as a church, it was converted into The Farmers Union and Collective in 1924 until the current owner undertook its renovation with the help of architect Christopher Glass and Cold Mountain Builders. Currently a center for health and well-being, the building is used for events, wellness classes and alternative medicine. In addition, there is a commercial test kitchen for those creative cooks, looking to test their latest recipes, or the catering of events, parties and intimate wedding receptions. Many options, including residential use, are allowed in this Neighborhood Business zone. Full sprinkler system, an elevator, new systems, walls, floors, ceilings, windows and insulation and plenty of parking. The grand staircase was created by Rockport Steel and graces the main entrance. This is a building of beauty and function. One step inside and you feel good!