Welcome home to this completely renovated 2800+/- square foot duplex just a moment’s drive from downtown Wilton. With one 3 bedroom unit and one 4 bedroom unit, this would provide the ideal situation for someone looking to occupy one side and rent out the other to offset living expenses, build equity, and enhance one's investment portfolio.
Updated heating system, updated plumbing, updated electrical and every kink the owner could find having been worked out, all you have to do is move in and hang up the family photos!
Are you an investor? The current owner lived in one side and rented the other for $1,750 p/month before the pandemic! Lots of opportunity with what may provide a Gross Income of $48,000 or more per annum with both sides rented! Click above to learn A Little More About The Town Of Wilton or About The Dale Street Neighborhood.
Showings delayed until the Open House at 3/20/22 from 1-3PM.
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Wilton, New Hampshire is a wonderfully quaint New England mill town found in the western part of the Souhegan Valley and the eastern part of the Monadnock Region. With many sought after neighborhoods, Wilton has become a destination for new buyers looking to make their home in a New England town that's preserved the rural and agricultural history of the greater area but also displays stunning architectural evidence of the industrial revolution of the 19th and 20th centuries. Once a mill town, Wilton is adorned with several large brick mill buildings in the greater downtown area, once used to manufacture a variety of things (primarily wool) and still occupied by a number of companies and organizations today.
Wilton's downtown Main Street is indeed a Main Street Community, fit with its prized Wilton Town Hall Theater—an antique movie theater run by a most hospitable man where one can enjoy the latest movies as well as classics and silent film. This is set in the Town Hall, a large brick building on Main Street housing the town offices and crowned with a large clock tower that overlooks the greater downtown area. With several shops offering everything from handmade candy to homemade cupcakes to breakfast lunch and dinner and even a place for evening drinks, Wilton has much to offer for its residents without having to even leave town.
Dale Street is a short drive to the downtown area of Wilton, New Hampshire. Named after one of the first three settlers of the town, John Dale, Dale Street is one of several hills in the town with the downtown district being in a sort of valley. Ascending to the top of Dale Street one can find the oldest home in town at Curtis Farm. This is the John Dale home which was erected in 1746. Beyond Curtis Farm, Dale Street eventually brings one to the town of Lyndeborough. Some walking trails adjacent from 94 Dale are enjoyed by local residents and the proximity to downtown allows for easy access and enjoyment of its amenities as well.
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