MLS Number 4862692
- Year Built 1825
- Acreage 0.44
Steeped in history, this building is known as Deacon John Holbrook House. A retirement house Holbrook built for himself in 1825 after a successful career in trading and importing goods from West Indies, book dealing, and publishing one of Brattleboro's first newspapers. Besides extensive commercial ventures, he was the president of the Brattleboro Bank, trustee of the Vermont Asylum for the Insane, member of Vermont State Senate and inventor of an all steel plow. It is one of the village's finer Federal Style houses facing the Common. The interior detail and craftsmanship make it one of the more unusual and outstanding properties in Vermont. Two story main building has been converted to good quality office space with ~5600SF which includes 14+ offices, kitchen, and 4 bathrooms (with 4 offices and 2 bathrooms being fully accessible). Possible uses include: office, residential, lodging, retail, medical, daycare and religious, among others (check with zoning). The property is on a corner lot with 104' of frontage on Linden Street and 150' of frontage on Chapin Street. The property is one block from the Town Hall and Court House which can be a significant advantage to some businesses. There is a strong demand for professional office space in the area. The town of Brattleboro is located along the Connecticut River Valley with easy access to Interstate 91 as well as Vermont Route 5 and 9. Several major ski areas are within an hour drive. Owner is a licensed real estate agent.
Listed by Yana Walder of KW Vermont