Habitat for Humanity

1,024 square feet and three bedrooms.

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, Vt. – Upper Valley Habitat for Humanity (UVHFH) is now accepting applications for homeownership of an existing house in Lebanon.

Ideal for a family of 3 to 5, this single-level home situated on 3 acres was built in 2006. The finished main floor is 1,024 square feet and has 3 bedrooms, a full bathroom, an open-floor concept living space and eat-in kitchen (with pantry), as well as a separate mudroom. There is a full basement with a large unfinished bedroom that meets egress requirements.

There is a wooden deck on the southern side of the house and an 80 square-foot shed on the property.

The house is 10 minutes from Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital, just over four miles to I-89, and about a 5-minute drive from Colburn Park (or the Lebanon Green). The driveway is shared with two other neighboring Habitat homes.

The selected Habitat partner family will be required to contribute 500 hours of “sweat equity” before purchasing this house in spring of 2020. Most of these hours will be conducted at a new home construction project in Lebanon, but a portion will be devoted to minor renovations of this home before they move into it.

Applications are due Friday, March 15, 2019. For eligibility guidelines and an application, please visit www.uppervalleyhabitat.org/homeownership.

For questions or further information, please contact Eva Loomis at (802) 295-1854 or office@uppervalleyhabitat.org. Upper Valley Habitat for Humanity is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit.

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