Gateway to the Greens

1129 Route 7 South, Middlebury, VT 05753

Opportunity

Building type Sq ft Year
Administrative office 1,792 1966
Workshop 2,160 1959
4-bay garage 2,176 1985
Gas and oil house 166 1967
Butler building (metal paint storage shed) 119 1975
Lumber storage 102 1995
Firewood storage 146 1995

Gateway to the Greens is a former U.S. Forest Service Middlebury Office Administrative Site consisting of 3.9 acres and is improved with seven structures that include an administrative building (1,792sf), workshop (2,160sf), four bay garage (2,176sf), and four ancillary buildings totaling +/-533sf. See the table for details on the structures. The property has not been used as an administrative office since October 2017.

The Property enjoys access from two entrances, one each at the north and south part of the parcel, located off of Route 7; just five minutes from Middlebury Center, and one hour from Burlington, VT.

The property was acquired from Benjamin T. and Lois R. Foster, George W. and Jean H. Foster, Howard C. and Helen R. Foster, and Luella A. Chaffee on December 12, 1958, under the authority of the Act of March 3, 1925, as amended by the Act of April 24, 1950.

Tax Parcel ID: (Span: 387-120-12965)

Relevant documents

Please visit the GSA auction site for project documents.

Bidding process and timeline

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Contact

For property details and inquiries regarding property inspection:

Anthony Barbati
617-459-6776
anthony.barbati@gsa.gov

For inquiries regarding payment, contact the sales office:

New England Region, 10 Causeway St, 11th Floor, Boston, MA 02222
617-565-5700
Fax: 617-565-5720

Last Reviewed: 2022-11-25