Historic House Listings

Off market. On one acre in Vermont. Circa 1840. $179,500

February 11, 2020

I love these Vermont houses……but snow. This home was built in 1840. It is located on .96 acres in Lyndon, Vermont. Look at the size of some of those floor boards! Love that soapstone sink in the kitchen. The property has a detached three car garage. Close to Burke Mountain and the Kingdom Trails Mountain Biking System. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,478 square feet. $179,500

From the Zillow listing:


If you like antiques and old things you need to check out this house. There is a farmhouse porch all across the front. The antique post and beam home features exposed beam ceilings including 2nd floor cathedral ceilings with exposed log rafters. The kitchen has an antique soapstone sink. The home has been updated with many improvements recently and features with wood accents on some walls. The first floor offers a convenient kitchen with painted cabinets and hardwood floors, a large dining room, a living room with corner electric fireplace, a bedroom, and a large bathroom with laundry. Upstairs there is a handy loft area that can be used for an office, a kids play area, a sitting room or whatever you have need for. There are also 3 bedrooms, including an X-large master bedroom, and a full bath. The basement has been spray foam insulated and houses an oil forced hot air furnace, an electric water heater, a 100 Amp breaker box, and the well pressure tank. Outside you have a 3 bay garage/shed with electricity and a finished overhead storage area. The nearly 1 acre lot provides play area for children and garden space if you want. Conveniently located between Lyndonville and Burke Mountain, the Kingdom Trails mountain biking system is very close. Many furnishings can be included if you want. Come check it out.


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