Historic House Listings

Historic Sawyer Mansion, Circa 1896. Three acres in VT. Sold furnished! $499,000

November 9, 2018

The historic Sawyer Mansion was originally built in the 1700’s. In 1896 it was rebuilt. It is currently a bed and breakfast. Located on three rolling acres in Whitingham, Vermont. There are water views from Lake Sadawga. There is an overfill waterfall and stream that wraps around the property. This house is being sold fully furnished! Six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and 5,200 square feet. $499,000

From the Zillow listing:


A rare one-of-a-kind opporunity to own a piece of history. The historic Sawyer Mansion was built in the 1700s and rebuilt in 1896. The current owners yet again completely renovated the structure from the studs in the past few years. Now it is a spectacular Inn/B&B waiting for the perfect new owners to make it their own. The 3+ acre property features rolling grounds with ample lawn space for events and is directly adjacent to Lake Sadawga offering beautiful water views and lake access for boating, fishing, and serene summer and winter enjoyment. The overflow waterfall and stream that wrap the property mean natural water sounds year round. Inside you are greeted by unique eccentric decorations throughout, included in the fully furnished offering. The home features a beautiful greeting room, spacious dining area, 6 full suites including one on the main floor, lavishly updated bathrooms with custom vanities, unique original woodwork throughout including the large built in pantry leading into the vaulted kitchen, a large mudroom off the oversize 2 car garage, a massive 3rd floor family room with 2 potential additional bedrooms, a large craft/playroom, butler pantry and staff staircase, 1200 sqft of unfinished additional potential, whole home pellet furnace and oil hot water heating system offering personal choice, generator, and covered front porch. Ample parking and easy access from a public paved road, means no worries about getting in as well as access to high speed internet.

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