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Very unique and special historic building located in the heart of Stowe Village. Lower level currently has 2 commercial spaces which share a 3/4 bath, hardwood floors, and front unit has a wood-burning fireplace. Upstairs level has a 1-BR apartment with original wideboard floors, 2 wood-burning fireplaces, specialty woods throughout, and many built-ins. Upstairs 2-BR apartment has wideboard pine and hardwood floors. New roof in summer of 2016. New furnace and hot water heater in Oct. 2014. Many possibilities for this building - live in part of it, operate your business and rent the rest. Monthly rents as follows: 2 commercial spaces: $1631, $1000 and 2 apartments: $1250 each. Current market could support significantly higher rents. Tenants pay all utilities including plowing and lawn maintenance. BUILDING HAS BEEN CONDOMINIUMIZED. HOA fees approx. $350/qtr. It can also be purchased with permits for future building of a duplex for an additional 450K (the old permits have expired and in the process of obtaining new ones). See map of layout for clarification. Owner/Agent.
Iconic landmark for sale... famous Stowe restaurant in a prime commercial location off the Mountain Road between Stowe Mountain Resort and Stowe Village. May be used in its present form or developed and expanded. This 2.1 acre property enjoys zoning that allows for high density improvements. Own part of Stowe’s history! Sale includes only building & land.
This flat 13.6 acre parcel, with beautiful views, abuts Copley Hospital / Copley Campus on the west side and Copley Country Club along the north side. Situated in Morrisville's HOS Zoning District, town water and sewer are available at the street. Zoned for mixed use -- high density residential and commercial. Commercial doesn't count toward density. 2021 Zoning Bylaws allow 74 residential units plus commercial use on this parcel. This is an ideal location for a medical or professional office, rehab facility, assisted-living or other health care or non-healthcare uses. For highest and best use, and definition of Morrisville's HOS Zoning objectives, see attachment. Additional acreage maybe available. Subdivision possibilities exist.
Subject property is currently serviced by municipal water. Sewage is available but not connected to the site. There is an existing dwelling on the property of negligible value. Property located in Morristown Commercial district with substantial development potential. High traffic count daily.
A library of approximately 50,000 books provides for an instant business! The Yankee Trader exists within the walls of this 1898 mansion and is a perfect opportunity for the book enthusiast to start a business and a distinctive way of life in peaceful Jeffersonville, Vermont. The library comprises antiquarian, fine bindings, contemporary, signed, first editions, and spans many genres – Americana, Bibles, biographies, children’s, civil war, histories, Vermont – to name a few. This collection was assembled throughout the twentieth century. It offers a wide-ranging inventory for the bookseller, retired professor or bibliophile looking to establish an at-home business. This private library has been well-housed and organized and contains many hidden treasures within its shelves and pages. History abounds within the walls of this lovely Victorian, originally home to the Morse Family (after which local Morse Mountain was named) and then Dr. Mann's medical office for decades before ultimately transforming into Dr. Mann's private library. This gem of a structure could be returned to its former luster - the original beautiful hand-carved newel post and staircase in the front foyer is just one example of the original, fine woodwork found throughout the building. Also, listed as residential (renovation for residential use) MLS#4863597.
Opportunity knocks! This Historic building fully renovated with new roof, all new windows, new duct work is now housing the popular Fork and Gavel restaurant and two 2-bedroom apartments on the upper level. Sitting nicely on a city lot in Hyde Park Village, with plenty of on road as well as behind the building parking. The time has come to make your dreams a reality! Agents, see buying options and exculsions in agent remarks.
The 1829 House is an original 1829 brick farm house and barn with spectacular river and mountain views. The farm house has 4 bedrooms upstairs and 2 baths and has been rented until recently. Custom moulding and trim with built ins. Hardwood floors on the first floor with painted wide pine upstairs. Lamoille River views in the foreground with mountain views in the background. Beautiful period fireplace surround and mantel in living room. East access to the Rail Trail and Rt 15 by Right of Way and the property is set back from Rt 15. This house presents a great restoration opportunity of a seldom found antique brick farm house. In addition there is a large barn in exceptional condition that has been used as a retail antique center called "Rewind Time to 1829". The 3- level barn was constructed in 1900 and measures 46' x 100'. The barn has been used as a commercial retail showplace and store. The barn is wired, partially heated and is in very good condition. Spectacular river and mountain views from the house, barn and around the 2 acre property. This property is a must see for anyone looking for an original antique to call their own. The future of the 1829 House could be a lot of things including retail, residential, wedding venue, or a Rail Trail Bike Destination.
A real estate only investment opportunity on Main Street in Montpelier! The existing structure has been well maintained and could be utilized for many purposes. The .14 acre site allows for 100% building coverage based on city zoning. Therefore, the site could potentially support a structure size of 24,000 SF with a maximum height of 60 Feet which would translate to a 5 story building with a base area of 4,800 SF. Possible option of lease back from the existing business also exists.
Beloved auto service center just off of busy Route 100 between Stowe and Waterbury is ready for a new generation to keep this pristine and active business going. Turnkey ready with an impressive book of business and devoted commercial and residential clientele. 3950 square foot building with 3 overhead garage bay doors all at grade with potential for a 4th. One of the doors and bays accommodates a fire engine with additional room and interior door for a potential 4th bay. With over 20 parking spaces for clients plus an additional staff parking area, there is no reason to worry about space. Building is heated with a waste oil boiler located in the small basement area and heats the entire shop with Modine blowers. Renovated, clean office area with bathroom, an electric heater and window AC. In addition to an impressive amount of organized storage space, above the shop is a 2 room 600 foot space accessed by exterior stairs previously used as an additional office but holds potential for a living space.
This iconic and well maintained commercial building is on the corner of North Main Street and the Pearl Street Ped-way pedestrian walkway. The first floor is 4,633 square feet with (2) separate store fronts, each with a private entrance. The rear of the first floor has a permitted apartment, office space and storage. There is a side door from the Pearl Street Ped-way which provides additional access to the back of the building. There is a full unfinished basement. Back in the day, this building was a movie theater as evidenced by the high ceilings on the first floor, giving the space a gracious feel. The first floor space can be reconfigured.

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