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$59,000 $26 per sq.ft. Windsor VT Multi Family »

Number of Units 2   Total Sq. Ft. 2292  |  Acres: 0.11
Monday Jul 17, 2017
Description: Great investment or live-in situation with choice of 3 br apts, separate utilities, good upside as current rents are below market. nice river views, out of state investor says sell. See MLS Property & Listing Details & 2 images.

$199,900 $74 per sq.ft. Windsor VT Multi Family »

Number of Units 3   Total Sq. Ft. 2700  |  Acres: 0.03
Thursday Nov 30, 2017
Description: Bring your business to a town filled with community spirit, downtown treasures, recreational assets, ponds, lakes, mountains, and a school that is steeped in togetherness.  be apart of a tremendous bedroom community, 15 miles from the upper valley, with easy access on i-91, north or south.  retail space located in center town has just shy of 1500 sq. ft. of store front space, with two large display windows, a 1/2 bathroom, and dry heated basement with access for storage and a sprinkler system has already been installed.  retail space can easily be utilized as two spaces just shy of 750 sq. ft. each as an option.  you could set up your business while having established rental income in a 1 and a 4 bedroom apartment upstairs to fund your dreams. See MLS Property & Listing Details & 10 images.

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