1.09 acres in Grand Isle County, Vermont
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1.09 acres in Grand Isle County, Vermont

382 South Main Street, Alburg , Vermont 05440 - Grand Isle County
$260,000 1.09 Acres
5 beds 6 Bathrooms 4000 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 5843965

Description

Welcome to the historic Bell-Mott Lodge. The current owners have done a great amount of work, restoring this beauty, keeping many original features. Post & Beam construction C. mid 1800s. This family has run a successful custom furniture workshop and show room, while using the Studio apartment hidden inside. With the great traffic route, there has been no marketing expense needed. The lake views and easy access could be a drawing feature for a Bed & Breakfast. Maybe you dream to live with your own lake views? No problem, because with so many bedrooms and baths, there is room for all! There is a great list of the features that have been done over. Now is the time to write your chapter in this home's book. There are some items left to finish, however, the price is reflective of that. How many homes with this history have been remodeled down to the frame, with new plumbing, electrical, insulation, etc., making the utility bills more friendly? You will want to take a look at this historic piece of Vermont.

Directions

I-89 exit 21, left onto Route 78, following past park and over bridge by dam. Turn right onto Rte 78 to intersection of Rte 2 taking a right at 4 way stop onto Rte 2 Alburgh. In Alburgh village house is on the left. See sign.

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