|Contact name||Tremont Hall|
|Home area||7,500 sqft|
|Lot Area||0.2 acres|
Here is a rare opportunity to own a fine building that is not only historic, but income-producing too. The classic limestone First National Bank Building dominates the principal business corner of a vibrant small town in the Hudson Valley region of New York State.
This property consists of three connected structures, and a picturesque courtyard behind them, on one-fifth of an acre. The bank on the corner was built in 1923, and the section to the left (now the middle section) was added in 1952. To the left of that addition, a circa 1880 commercial building was joined to the complex and connected to the banking floor. The bank features its original 1923 bank vault and two other vaults, all in working order.
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