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Listed by Charles Wise of LandVest, Inc/Woodstock

Exciting developments are in the works for Bennington VT, and the Historic Marble Bank Building at Four Corners is at the center of it all, situated where Route 7 and Route 9 intersect in the heart of downtown and across from the Putnam Block, a community led development. Built in 1929, the white marble building has been meticulously preserved with such gilded age features as ornate moldings, elaborate brass chandeliers, ceiling medallion, marble floors, French marble tellers' counter and walls, large columns and high ceilings with a balcony overlooking the main floor. Truly an exquisite setting for any number of commercial uses. Formerly a First National Bank, the main floor retains the long marble teller counter with tear gas nozzles built in, and mezzanine above and the 3 working vaults. The building has been used for the last 20 years as live/work space. The family of 5 has used the main floor as retail space and lives on the upper floor in a 4-bedroom, 2 bath penthouse style home with skylights and potential access to a roof top garden. This remarkable piece of Bennington history adjacent to Merchants Park, would be ideal as a bank again or any number of professional or retail operations.

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