The Noah Benedict House circa 1795 has been a community gathering place for centuries and continues today as an anchor to Woodbury's Antique District. The incredibly well maintained property and multiple buildings have tremendous potential for a variety of commercial and mixed use occupancy (Professional office, retail, home business, residential rental etc. ) Listed on the National Registry of Historic Homes this incredible antique home has been thoughtfully restored while maintaining and preserving its early architectural details. The property is high visibility with ample public parking adjacent to the property boundaries. Interior features include wide plank hardwood flooring, 5 fireplaces, and extensive period moldings are intact and well preserved. This well configured property features a 3,310/sf. primary residence with large public rooms which can either serve as spacious residential quarters or as commercial spaces within the Main Street Design District. A large detached, remodeled and fully equipped guest house and additional garage and barn storage complete this amazing property. Endless opportunities for a combination of residential and commercial applications with additional rental income streams. This is a very special property steeped in local history and heritage. Perfect for in-home business and professional uses.
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