An opportunity to bring new life to a rare historic building….
In conjunction with The Landmark Society, the Town of Clarendon is seeking proposals for redevelopment of the historic Clarendon Stone Store in the heart of the hamlet of Clarendon, Orleans County.
Built in 1836 of locally quarried Medina sandstone, the Stone Store is a rare Federal style building rich with history and character. It’s now looking for a new life and new owner to return it to its place of prominence in the community. Complete rehabilitation needed. The Stone Store’s two stories with 3,286 total square feet (plus basement) are ideal for reuse as a live-work space. A flexible interior layout and a prominent location offer limitless possibilities! Listing in the National Register of Historic Places qualifies a rehab project for state and federal historic rehabilitation tax credits.
Proposals for redevelopment are currently being accepted. To be sold for $1.
Click here for a virtual tour of the Stone Store and the historic hamlet of Clarendon.
- Two stories
- Approximately 3,286 square feet (plus basement)
- Approximately 0.15 acres
- Built 1836
- Federal style
- Town of Clarendon, Orleans County
- Complete rehabilitation needed
- A Complete Site Visit Report, prepared by Bero Architecture, LLC, outlines the building’s condition and recommended repairs. Click here to download the report (13 MB PDF).
- List Price: $1
About the Location
The former Stone Store sits at a prominent intersection in the hamlet of Clarendon (located in the Town of Clarendon, Orleans County). The intersection of Route 31A and Route 237 offers high visibility for potential businesses with a traffic flow of approximately 6,000 vehicles per day and a four-way stop. 2010 Census data shows Clarendon to be the fastest growing town in the County, with a growth rate of 7.5%.
Click here to view past updates on the Stone Store project.