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Listed by Don Roberts and Jennifer Nolin of RE/MAX By The Lake - Alton

Former home of Worldwide Chocolates this property is zoned both residential and commercial making it perfect for your Home Business and is located in the Village district and part of the town center in the growing town of Barrington. Residential portion of the home has 3,604 sf of living space with many recent updates throughout. Kitchen features granite counters, stainless steel appliances, tiled floors and tons of cabinets. Main living area has gorgeous custom wood flooring, newly updated bathrooms, fresh paint and brand new carpet in the bedrooms. Wait to you see the huge function room with a private bedroom and bath that leads to the Commercial portion of the property with a generous 3,176 sf of work space. Plenty of storage and flexibility for your Home Business or hobbies. Climate controlled squeaky clean space with so much potential. Nestled on just over 6 acres including two private ponds, raised gardens and even a chicken coop. Abuts conservation land and is across the street from Calef's famous country store. This property has seen 40 years of successful businesses operating here. Continue the tradition for your Home Business, at this ideal location.

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