This is a big structure with 14,000 square feet. This was originally a healing retreat. The Clarendon House was built in the 1700’s. It is located on 4.72 acres in West Rutland, Vermont. There are triple porches! The structure has hardwood floors and solid wood doors. It’s really like a blank slate. There is a large creek on the property. 14,000 square feet. $599,000
Contact Gail Beardmore with Engel & Volkers Okemo-Woodstock
From the Zillow listing:
This pre-civil war resort/hotel was established in the late 1700’s as a Healing Retreat. Now, nearly 250 years later, it’s ready for new owners. Approximately 14,000 square feet which you can consider your “Blank Canvas”. Are you someone with vision who’s ready to take the reins and make an idea come to fruition? If you enjoy restoration projects – this is a must-see! This old hotel is on the National Register of Historic Places. There are several state grants, programs & benefits for restoring historic buildings. Some are the Village Center Designation Program and Tax Incentives to Preserve Historic Structure. So start researching – get your wheels turning and explore why this could be a perfect opportunity to put your stake in the Vermont economy. Our thoughts? A killer co-working space, condominiums or a music/wedding venue. Historic preservation resources are available upon request.
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