112 Barre Paxton Road Rutland Open house

112 Barre Paxton Rd Rutland Open House

112 Barre Paxton Rutland Open House

112 Barre Paxton Rutland Open House

112 Barre Paxton Rutland Open House

112 Barre Paxton Road Rutland Open house, announcing a possible new home for you. with a little elbow grease you can have a fantastic starter home in a desirable town for less than $200,000. Just come to our open house on Sunday 1:30-3:00 112 Barre Paxton Road Rutland Open house.

Looking for a starter home or downsizing? Come see 112 Barre Paxton Road Rutland Open house! This cozy ranch might be a “home come true”! With your finishing touches, you can make this home shine again. A large kitchen and eating area, a good size living room, and two bedrooms will be easy to take care of with only a few minor touches. There is room for a third bedroom on the lower level. Low maintenance vinyl siding makes exterior maintenance a breeze so you will have plenty of time to enjoy a great, private yard. Items left for the new owners include a roof and finishing lower level, that has already started, Once completed, you will be on your way to a perfect oasis. Come and see all the potential this property has to offer to turn a house into a home! Come to 112 Barre Paxton Road Rutland Open house 1:30 – 3 on Sunday, April 29, 2018

Open House this Sunday 1:30 – 3, come see 112 Barre Paxton Road Rutland Open house

Built in 1883 on the historic spot of the old tavern and the present Community Hall. The Muschopauge House did a wonderful business in the days of horse and buggy. The hotel had accommodations for more than 100 overnight guests. Later the Muschopauge House changed it’s name to Hotel Bartlett, after the builder, Charles R. Bartlett, a native of Rutland. After Mr. Bartlett’s death, the business was carried on by the Bartlett estate until the property was sold to the Town of Rutland in 1929. A son of Charles R. Bartlett designed the present Community Hall.

On June 22, 1924, around 11 p.m. about 35 men and a few women appeared looking for accommodations. They were Republican Senators from Rhode Island leaving the state in order to prevent the passage of certain legislation by causing a lack of a quorum. They stayed in Rutland for six months. To learn more click here

112 Barre Paxton Rd. in Rutland Open House

112 Barre Paxton Rd. in Rutland Open House

112 Barre Paxton Rd. in Rutland Open House

112 Barre Paxton Rd. in Rutland Open House

112 Barre Paxton Rd. in Rutland Open House

112 Barre Paxton Rd. in Rutland Open House

112 Barre Paxton Rd. in Rutland Open House

112 Barre Paxton Rd. in Rutland Open House

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