What possibilities for this residential and commercial property. The building, built in the 1830s when Jefferson was president has been used as a residence, bookstore, grocery store and now houses the U.S. Post Office. With the opportunity for additional income and living space, you can enjoy living in a quaint Vermont town. This property is located on Route 30 with easy commute to Middlebury, Brandon or Rutland and approximately an hour to Burlington. The living space has four large bedrooms. There is plenty of space to find privacy to read a book or sit by the fire. At the far end of the house, overlooking the back yard is the living room adorned with sliding French doors has been renovated with slate floors and a soapstone wood stove. There are three commercial spaces â the U.S. Post Office occupies one, there is a retail space previously used as a country grocery store and a gallery space at the easterly side of the building. Bring your imagination and enthusiasm for living out your dreams in this wonderful historic property.
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