Listing Courtesy of : Heidi Zizza ---- Four Seasons Sotheby's Int'l Realty 802-464-1200
At the Junction of Route 9 and Route 100 sits The original Parmalee & Howe building established in the early 1900s. This deeply historic Wilmington Village property is the crown jewel of the vibrant downtown and has been painstakingly restored to Respect the past while bringing the building and all its functions into the current times. Most recently this building has been home to the wildly popular restaurant The Cask & Kiln with a seating capacity of 100 and 2 levels of dining and cocktail service. The main entry greets you like an old friend with the entry and its grand staircase servicing as a beautiful tribute to the buildings past and its previous occupants. On the left you have the main dining area with white table cloth service and the classiest bar in town with every service amenity you can think of. The kitchen itself is a work of art with the stunning copper wood fired oven being a premier piece for any chef. The kitchen is also thoughtfully laid out for ease of service . Upstairs you will find another beautifully appointed dining and bar area with custom built in Wine coolers complete with a historic Library ladder purchased from the Brattleboro Library. All equipment, furnishings, accoutrements, the name and of course the building itself are included in this once in a lifetime opportunity.
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