Historic House Listings

Off market. Vermont Marble Company Building, Circa 1924. On 2 1/2 acres in Vermont. $599,000

May 2, 2023

The Vermont Marble Company building is back on the market and with a $200,000 price reduction. This building was built in 1924. It is located on 2.50 acres in Proctor, Vermont. This is a large building with a lot of possibilities. The structure is constructed of white and grey marble mined in Vermont. In the past it has been used as a college and as professional offices. Ten bedrooms, four bathrooms and 28,128 square feet. $599,000

Contact Chris Long with BHG Masiello Brattleboro: 802-345-8477

From the Zillow listing:


Situated only a few miles north of the city of Rutland Vermont in the quiet and quaint town of Proctor and only a short drive to Killington Resort you will find this 30,000 + or – sq. ft. aesthetically stimulating fortress of a structure that is one of the most impressive buildings you will ever see. The Vermont Marble Company building was constructed in 1924 and is built entirely from stunningly beautiful white and grey Marble mined here in Vermont. This elegant structure has castle like qualities and has been used in a variety of ways in the past such as a college and professional offices. Possible uses include an epic single-family dwelling, apartments, four large 7,000 plus sq. ft. OR perhaps eight 3,500 sq. ft condominiums, a gorgeous commercial office building, corporate retreat, educational facility or any other use permitted within the commercial zoning. Variances may be required for certain uses! The interior has been gutted and is now a perfect “blank slate” but needs a significant investment and renovation including all systems. Time to bring your vision and ideas to the table. If you are inspired by true craftsmanship from an era where attention to detail and skilled precision was the norm and appreciate simply beautiful early 1900’s architecture, this is a must visit property. This is an unbelievable investment opportunity in a time where housing is of critical need. To say the building is unique would be a drastic understatement.



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