Historic House Listings

Sold. Love the river! Eight acres in Vermont. Circa 1900. $129,900

October 5, 2020

Love the creek on this property! There are remnants to an old sawmill on the property. This home was built in 1900. It is located on 7.9 acres in Rochester, Vermont. Originally this was used as a bunkhouse, it later became a prominent sawmill in the area. The home has original hardwood floors. The property has direct access to the Green Mountain National Forest and the Long Trail. The home is situated only 4.5 miles to the quaint Rochester Village. Five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 4,038 square feet. $149,900 New price: $129,900

Contact Flex Realty Group: 802-589-4056

From the Zillow listing:


Located on scenic Route 73, 3833 Brandon Mtn Rd has a unique history dating back to 1872. Originally the structure was used as a bunk house for a then prominent sawmill, whose remanence can still be found on the property. After years of use, adaptions and restorations this quiet spot allows access to the nearby Green Mountain National Forrest & the Long Trail. This vintage piece of Vermont History still holds the charm of yesteryear with its stunning 7.9 acres adjoining the Brandon Brook and within walking distance to the White River. 3833 Brandon Mtn offers amazing opportunities for any outdoorsman. Within a short drive to Killington, Pico, Sugarbush, and a 4.5 mile drive to the enchanting Rochester Village 3833 Brandon Mtn is a historic gem hidden in the hills.


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