The Mercantile


Ph: 210.435.jail(5245) or email @ historicoakvillejail@yahoo.com

 

The Mercantile is a two bedroom, one bath house.  The bedrooms are furnished with two single beds each and can sleep four total.  The living area is adjacent to a fully equipped kitchen with a granite topped island for eating.

 

Nightly rate is $ 125.00 + tax

2 night minimum required.

One night rate quoted upon request.


The Mercantile is a house built in the 1930's by the owner at that time , Slim Rosebrock, out of reclaimed lumbar from the torn down Live Oak County Court House.  The Court House was also located on the Town Square and like the Jailhouse was built in the 1870's.  It is a sturdy little house and the original wood used from the court house is rock solid. 

Mr. Rosebrock also utilized reclaimed lumbar from the Court House to construct the bedrooms upstairs in the jailhouse when he converted it into a home for his family.