Own a piece of Vermont history! Thomas Jefferson was entering his second term in office when this lovely, Colonial brick masterpiece was built as an Apothecary by physician, Isaac Green, in 1804. Green's home, built in 1796, still rests on the hill behind the Old Apothecary. Now a 4-unit multi-family building, with 3-1 BR units and 1-2 BR unit, this building is fully rented and includes four parking spaces for your tenants. The small lot requires no lawn care and very little maintenance. Monthly rental income is currently $3,375 with plenty of room for growth! Unit #4 has been used for both residential and commercial use over the years. Currently a one-bedroom apartment, this first floor, Main Street-facing unit is perfect for your business as well. Boasting original interior shutters, wide plank, wood flooring and 12-foot ceilings, this space is ready for instant residential or commercial use.
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