Listing Tools

This one-story 1,680 sq. ft. garage, with 3 bays and 11-ft high overhead doors, was built in the 1950's and is heated with recycled waste-oil with a furnace designed for that fuel. The paved area in front of and to the north side of the bldg measures about 7,000 sq. ft. In 2005 Efficiency Vermont upgraded all lighting to more efficient fixtures. Subject property is listed on the State of Vermont DEC Hazardous Sites list as Active. It appears the original gasoline storage tanks serving the gas pumps were removed in 1999. At that time site contamination was rated as minimal. However, a more in-depth analysis recognized water contamination of nearby residential properties, and concluded that contamination originated from subject site. It is believed subject site is eligible fro the Vt Petroleum Clean-up Fund, subject to certain procedures being followed by owner. Any sale will be subject to Buyer's engineer communicating with the Director and or Site Technician assigned to this site for a complete understanding of the impact on their client of proceeding with a purchase of subject property. Additionally, seller can provide buyer with a Nov. 2016 certified appraisal of subject property by Audy Appraisals, P.C., a Vermont licensed General Appraiser. That provides detailed descriptive information and standard valuation data.

Property Details of 137 N. Main Street

Property Details

Exterior Features

Other Details

Map Location

Driving Directions

Listed by Ray Ault of Ault Commercial Realty, Inc.
Broker Reciprocity

Copyright 2018 Northern New England Real Estate Network, Inc. All rights reserved. This information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. The data relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the IDX Program of NEREN. Subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change or withdrawal without notice. This web site is updated daily.

 

 

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

$

Do not fill in this field: