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7661 US Route 2, North Hero, VT

7661 US Route 2, North Hero, Vermont 05474 - Grand Isle County
$297,500 17.02 Acres
6 beds 2 Bathrooms 2786 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 3417758

Description

This North Hero 17.02 acre property offers a charming farmhouse; complete with spectacular sunsets and a 15 foot right of way for easy access to Lake Champlain. With a total of 6 bedrooms and 3 baths, it?s an ideal set up as a Bed & Breakfast. The main house features 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and built-in bookcases in the spacious living room that leads to a patio for enjoying summer nights. The new owners will appreciate the many improvements including hardwood floors, newer appliances, and updated baths. Beautiful sunroom and incredible front porch offer ample space to entertain friends and family or for enjoying your morning coffee. The 2 bedroom adjacent in-law apartment features its own kitchen and bath along with a stackable washer/dryer and ideal for a family member to have their own space or rent it out to supplement your mortgage. The beautiful post and beam barn that once held hay for the family farm will work beautifully for raising animals or as storage for your outdoor toys.

Directions

From North Hero Elementary School, follow US Route 2 North for approximately 1.2 miles. The driveway will be on the left hand side, right after Quarry Road.

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