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      Lovely Victorian in Downtown Bennington.

      115 Imperial Avenue, Bennington.  With many fine details and features of the era,  this charming property offers hardwood floors,large living room,dining room with gas fireplace, eat in kitchen with a side deck for your BBQ, handsome entry foyer with original staircase and landing with stained glass windows. 4 nice sized bedrooms, 2 baths, first floor laundry, second floor enclosed porch, full walk up attic and storage shed. Great in town location within walking distance to downtown, library and more. Sellers offering to contribute to closing costs. A terrific opportunity!  For additional details, photos & virtual tour, click here. Listing Agent:  Suzy Yucht.  $142,500.

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      1. Rayan on

        Thanks Kathy, I really enoejyd reading your book and the way you are able to capture your childhood memories as experienced when you were young. My mother died last month at the age of 98. She was one of the researchers connected to McGill; and I have been going over many of her life experiences. She left the research and continued to maintain a relationship with several of the families she met in the Pointe. My mother spoke very admiringly of the mothers who formed the anti-poverty groups fighting to improve life in he Pointe. On her 80th birthday several of the friends she had made 25 years before, came to celebrate at Westmount Park with her. I'm now in my 60 s, but as a teenager, I went with her to deliver gift boxes and helped her draw maps of the Pointe. I attended St. Leo's and was very familiar with Weredale and the Westmount High. I didn't realize it at the time, but some of what I learnt back then helped me understand families and poverty better, as I went on to become a child care worker and a social worker. I'm sorry that the efforts made in the 60 s to encourage community activism have lost a lot of their support.Thanks, you've written a great book I would certainly recommend it to anyone who works with children who have to fight for their place in our world.