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This New England Universalist Church building was built circa 1835 with original stained glass windows, hardwood floors, choir loft, stamped tin ceiling and recent heating system. Owned by the Universalist church until 1958, the church steeple houses the historic town clock given by the Childs family in 1890 and the building features stained glass windows that memorialize early Wilmington families. The uses of the building over the past 70 years include use as a kindergarten, a gift shop, a crafts store and currently the building is leased by Valley Town Church. With a location in Wilmington's historic village next to the town library and near free municipal parking, the property is ideal for commercial use or can be converted into an extraordinary residence or live/work situation. No significant damage in August 2011 flood. State and federal tax credits available for renovation projects due to the building being on the National Historic Trust Register. Deed states that property shall retain the "same general external appearance" - this restriction does not limit the interior use of the property. Valley Town Church is current tenant on a month to month basis

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Listed by Meg Streeter of Meg Streeter Real Estate
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