Commercial Properties for Sale

**To All Potential Buyers**

As you can see by the sold listings, the published inventory appears low. However, not all listings are presented on the web site. At the request of some clients, we do not publicly list their properties for sale. Please feel free to contact us for our qualifying package. Upon receipt of your qualifications, we will be happy to divulge to you those mystery listings in your price range.

Great opportunity to own a piece of Manchester, VT

Usage: Commercial Space

Acreage: 1.7 acres

Square Feet: 17,676+/-


Building #1, 301 Depot Street has 5,652 sq ft on two floors, includes and elevator. Building #2, 321 Depot Street has 6,108 sq ft on 2 floors and NO Elevator. Build #3, 341 Depot Street has 5,916 sq ft, on two floors with elevator and currently has a mo. to mo. tenant who occupies the entire building.

The Town of Manchester who owns the land acquired the buildings as the result of the expiration of a Land Lease the Town had with the Tenant who constructed all 3 buildings. Currently buildings 301 and 321 are vacant. Building 341 has a tenant who occupies the entire building and is currently on a month to month basis. This Tenant has expressed a desire to remain in this location and is seeking a long term lease. Based on this information, the Town of Manchester makes not representations as to the Current Tenant or conditions of the buildings, they are being sold “AS IS”.

Sales price is below the most recent appraisal of the property. There are 82 parking spaces according to the appraisal. All the above information was provided to the broker via the Town of Manchester based on the appraisal which also notes that the property appears to be in the flood hazard zone. The Town Center Zone allows for the most intensive commercial and mixed-use development in Manchester. Prospective Buyers will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement and show proof of funds.

Price: $1,950,000 which includes approximately 17,676 Sq Ft of buildings and 1.79 Acres of Land. Last car count by the State In 2020, 7,379 vehicles per day

Priced at: $1,950,000

The Oldest continuing operating General Store in Vermont
J.J. Hapgood - Peru, Vermont

History of The Store: In 2004 Juliette Britton returned to her hometown of Peru, Vermont to raise a family and saw an opportunity to serve the community by reopening the dormant general store in the center of town. Prior to a brief closure, J.J. Hapgood was the longest continuously-running general store in Vermont. Juliette and her family rebuilt the historic establishment and added a café, custom wood-fired oven, and outdoor patio. The store is once again a community fixture where locals can gather for live music, attend an art opening or catch-up with friends over a good meal. J.J. Hapgood has become a gem and destination in Southern Vermont. The movie Baby Boom was set in Peru, Vermont and in the old store in 1987. In February 2015, Paul McCartney dined with them making famous their Margherita Pizza. Speaking of Pizza, the Beehive oven was created and built by the famous Peter Moore, Mason dubbed the best in the industry and known through out New England.

Priced at: $1,500,000

Manchester, Vermont, Excellent Retail Location

Location, Location, Location. Commercially zoned, suitable for office or retail use. Currently vacant and ready for a new owner or tenant to occupy.

Located diagonally across from the Hampton Inn and next to Dunkin’ Donuts. Excellent foot and vehicle traffic.

Ground floor 2,079 Sq ft consists of a very large open room with beautifully designed tray ceiling with lighting, small office, Large Office, storage room, half bath and kitchenette on the first floor. Small 2nd level that houses additional storage and mechanical only accessed by pull down stairs. The building is built on a slab. Additional storage accessed from the paved parking lot. Excellent signage and on site parking.

Priced at: $499,000

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