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$410,000 $150 per sq.ft. Village of White River Junction in Town of Hartford VT Multi Family »

Number of Units 2   Total Sq. Ft. 2730  |  Acres: 0.2
Listed on Tuesday May 28, 2024
Description: Strong Cash Flow! This fully leased two unit property is an excellent chance for investors to add a consistent cash flowing building to their portfolio or for an onsite owner to occupy one unit and let the extra additional rent help pay for your housing. A low maintenance property with many updates which include a new roof, updated siding, electrical and heating updates and a refresh of porch rails and steps! (on the back of the building) Inside you will find spacious rooms, wonderful original wood trims, beautiful laminate floors and original wood staircase. Outside a nice easy to mow level lot and a two car garage for some winter parking or extra storage space. Located on a nice .20 +/- acre in town lot this Christian Street / Hartford village home is within walking distance to the post office, library and stores. This is a Super convenient in town location only minutes to I89 & I91, V.A. Hospital, DHMC, Dartmouth College and Historic downtown White River Junction. Very close proximity to public transportation, churches, Northern Stage Theatre, shopping, restaurants and all that the Upper Valley has to offer! See Listing Details & 39 images.

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565 Maple Street, White River Junction, Vermont. 05001 802-295-1355
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