There’s great development potential here with these two buildings in Hardwick’s historic downtown. Built in 1910, 21 Mill Street was used as a bank for many years and with a brand new roof, newly replaced brick façade, and a gutted interior, it’s ready for its transformation. With proper permitting, one could opt to use the large commercial space on the ground level as offices, retail, a restaurant…you name it. With beautiful wooden doors, turn of the century woodwork and large bright windows, however one chooses to finish the space it's bound to be spectacular. And that’s just the main level; the upper two levels could easily be finished as residential space. The current owner had a residential plan drawn up for 8 units and can be sharable to serious buyers. To boot, there are also tax credits available as this is a historic building and there is grant money available for water/sewer hook up. Moving on to 47 Mill Street…This building was formerly a service station but now has a new roof, been gutted, and ripe to be made into a restaurant, dispensary, or retail space. The current owner had former approval and plans to make this into a restaurant. Being right in the heart of town and with plenty of parking on this nearly half acre lot, whatever the vision someone has here it’s bound to be a success. Property is being sold as-is. Buyer to verify all information. Please note that 21 Mill Street also being sold separately MLS #379010.