Address: 34 Catamount Drive
Square Feet: 10,100 sf +/- on 3.34 +/- acre
Permitted Use: Office, Industrial, Flex
Radiant heat throughout the shop. Office has hot air heat and A/C, natural gas, sprinklered, plug-ins. 10 at-grade drive-through overhead 14′ x 14′ doors. 5 each side of the building. The 2 end bays are explosion proof for Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicle maintenance and repair. The 2 bays closest to the offices are combined. They are not explosion proof but have diesel and exhaust detectors. There is 1 wash bay.
According to Miles Waite, the construction of the building and parking lots were permitted in 2015. The industrial park has a stormwater permit 3318-9010.1A2. The wastewater permit references a floor drain system for the vehicle washing operations. The plan shows a “Grit and Spill Containment Tank” off the northwest corner of the building which is connected to the municipal water system.
A condition of the Act 250 permits (land use permits) is that each prospective purchaser of each lot shall be shown a copy of the approved plot plan, the engineer’s site report and the Land Use Permit before any written contract of sale is entered into.
Protective covenants for Catamount Industrial Park require that no lot may be conveyed, sold or leased to any person on any terms unless at least 14 days prior thereto the owner shall have notified the Catamount Architectural Review Board of the name and address of the proposed transferee. The Catamount Architectural Review Board shall have the right to communicate with the proposed transferee to further the intent of these protective covenants.
Price is $1,313,000. Taxes are $24,282.99.
Information contained herein is believed to be accurate but is not warranted. This is not a legally binding offer to sell or lease.
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