The Worthington Inn, a central Ohio landmark for almost two centuries, is for sale.

The inn, at 649 High St., has been listed by NAI Ohio Equities for $3.9 million.

The property consists of 14,000 square feet of retail and office space over four floors. Much of the building, erected in 1831, was converted a dozen years ago into 11 residential condominiums, which are not part of the property listing.

The Worthington Inn restaurant closed Dec. 31. At that time, owners said they planned to convert the second- and third-floor restaurant space into office and retail space while remodeling the first-floor and lower-level restaurant.

According to the listing, the space this year "was redeveloped into four levels of office, retail and restaurant space. The renovated units feature abundant natural light, wood plank flooring, gas fireplaces and generous ceiling heights."

The listing shows the lower-level space largely untouched, while some of the main-floor restaurant space has been converted into offices. Second- and third-floor spaces have been renovated and divided for new offices or retail tenants.

Those spaces are now available for lease.

"We have spaces as small as 500 square feet for lease, all the way up to the whole building," said Mike Semon, one of the Ohio Equity agents listing the property.

Despite the closing of the restaurant, dining furniture has remained untouched on the restaurant's patio and expansive front porch.

The building, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, has undergone several changes in its 188 years.

Originally a private residence, the building functioned as an inn by the mid-1850s. The Victorian facade facing High Street in downtown Worthington was added in the early 1900s. In 1937, after a major renovation, the property reopened as the New England Inn in the style it has largely maintained since.