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Located at the Four Corners of downtown Bennington, this landmark building Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, stands right where routes 7 and 9 intersect one another. Although restored, this building still holds quite a lot of history. Inside, you'll find the ground floor and the original brass chandeliers and ceiling medallion. Before becoming a place of residency, this building white marble building was a bank, meaning as you enter, you can find three working vaults, a night depository (which doubles as a mail slot!) and French marble teller's counters and walls. It's large columns and marble floors allow for a stunning backdrop in the commercial space. You can even see the tear gas nozzles that were built into the teller counter! As you venture to the second floor, there is a fully renovated three bedroom and two bath penthouse apartment. This apartment contains high ceiling, skylight and other original features such as solid wood doors and transom windows that have been restored. The entire building has full air conditioning and double pane glass. Truly a one-of-a-kind piece of Bennington history!

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Listed by Paul William Carroccio and Marek Kovac of TPW Real Estate
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