The former 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 Bennington. Built in 1929, the white marble landmark building has been meticulously preserved with original ornate moldings, elaborate brass chandeliers, ceiling medallion, marble floors, towering columns, and high ceilings with a mezzanine overlooking the main floor. The building retains the imported marble teller counter with tear gas nozzles built in, three working vaults, plus a night deposit chute now used as a mailbox. Truly an exquisite setting for any number of commercial uses.
The location of this property could not be better. Two brand new public parks are on either side of the building, and Putnam Block, (the largest redevelopment project in the state) is directly across the street. The Putnam Project, (currently under construction) includes plans for townhouses, offices, restaurants, retail spaces, small grocery store, and a boutique hotel. This is a remarkable opportunity to own a piece of Bennington history which could be used for any number of professional or retail endeavors.
The fully air conditioned building has been utilized for the last 20 years as live/work space. The main floor is retail space and the upper floor is a 3-bedroom, 2 bath penthouse style residence. The dramatic main hallway of the expansive residence culminates in a spectacular living room overlooking the parades, festivals, and daily life of Four Corners.
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