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4832 Route 44 Description

This lovely c.1900 Post and Beam Cape awaits your vision! Sited on a sunny knoll at the gateway to West Windsor's magnificent dirt road and wooded trail systems. The house is in need of TLC, but has amazing potential. The sun-filled rooms are of generous proportion. The exposed beams of the structure add character and charm. The backyard footpaths lace through ledge outcroppings leading to a wonderful pond. There is a large attached shed which would convert easily into an attached garage, or sizable workshop. The property is offered as is. Zoned commercial/ Light Industrial to accommodate your office or small business. The following Covenants/ Deed Restrictions will apply: A) Subject to Act 250 restrictions in place. B) Driveway (ROW) maintenance agreement. C) No trailers or abandoned cars permitted. D) Potential Buyer should understand that this property abuts The Lucy MacKenzie Humane Society's campus, and although they do their very best to be respectful neighbors, there will be daily activity. E) Because this property is at the gateway of the LMHS campus, potential Buyers agree to renovate the property within a period of 12 months from purchase date, and must demonstrate the financial ability to do so.

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Listed by Danny Kogut of Williamson Group Sothebys Intl. Realty
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