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Dating back to 1824, this beautifully renovated home and store front, was previously known in Berkshire as the Jolley Store. With over 2,200 square feet in the home and 1,191 square feet in the conjoined store front, opportunities are endless. Featured in the home are vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and great natural light. A renovated kitchen with historic charm and modern appliances is warm and welcoming with open access to the dining area and views to the living room. Access to the fenced-in backyard and deck is also found from the kitchen. The living room boasts tall ceilings with a pellet-stove, keeping it cozy. On the first floor are two bedrooms, two full bathrooms and laundry hookups with Rustic Maple wood floors throughout. Upstairs you will be surprised with an additional bedroom and half bathroom as well as an unfinished space with amazing potential to be a master suite. The storefront is ready for anything; to be re-opened as a commercial space or kept as additional family living area. Could be used as a formal dining room and sitting room. Historic shop pieces are left in the space. The property also features an historic carriage barn, with potential for car parking and storage, as well as a two-car attached garage with workshop space. This is a must-see!

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Listed by Philip Gerbode of Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman/St. Al
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