A rare opportunity to own an architectural treasure. “Wheelock House”, was built in 1871 for a prominent local lawyer. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975, for its “fine example of Second Empire architecture”. This property has served varied commercial uses including the home of the Barre Senior Center and currently the Barre Partnership. The property is a 1-1/2 story brick building, with a 2-1/2 story tower on the front. A modern single-story addition has been added to the rear of the building. The property consists of open office or retail space on the first floor with 2 bathrooms and display windows in the front. The second floor consists of the tower area with round arch windows that would be well suited as an office space. Located in the central business district of Barre that provides high visibility and convenient for walkability.
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