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Listed by Beth Harrington-McCullough of Harrington Realty
Once known in past history as The Lake House. Here, visiting tourists dallied their days recreating around and on Joes Pond. The property has seen uses change from rooming house, to apartments, to quilt shop and now an antiques store. Renovated in recent years and ready for new vision, this setting allows for terrific visibility for any business endeavor. Located on Route 2 in a four season recreational area. The location is steps to the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail system, VAST trails, restaurants, general store, post office and three miles to Danville village center and of course a nice water view of the pond plus nearby local beachfront. State fishing access for launching your boat is approx. 1/2 mile away. There have been many recent upgrades to the structure including, new roof, windows, doors, full concrete foundation, chimney, insulation and siding. Property can be a combination of residential and/or commercial with in-home business potential enjoying good cell and internet availability. All the ingredients for a successful business location exist here with visibility from east/west directions and at the junction of two major traffic routes whether the choice is for home or combination use.

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