Historic House Listings

Sold. 41 acres with apple trees! Circa 1830 in Vermont. $249,000

November 2, 2020

Check out the width of the floor boards! This home was built in 1830. It is located on 41 acres in Groton, Vermont. I would love to have apple trees! The home has wide planked hardwood floors, original millwork, and lots of natural light. The property has a pond, sugar woods and views of White Mountain. The property is close to the Village of Groton. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 4,086 square feet. $249,000

Contact Laurie Kirkpatrick with Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty: 833-231-4396

From the Zillow listing:


Have you been dreaming of living in Vermont? Look no further, this circa 1830 Brick Cape with its unique character allows it to be used in various ways. The Brick home provides 2633 finished sq ft of generous space to move about, without losing that quaint, cozy atmosphere when it is time to cuddle up by the fireplace with a good book. The additional 1453 sq ft space, with some rehab could become an income producing apartment or used for an in-law suite. Situated on 41 acres, with a pond, sugar woods, and beautiful views of the White Mountains, as well as an 3 additional building sites, makes it a great property to become your forever home. Property sits just outside of the Village of Groton and is 7.4 miles to I91. Property is being sold “as is”.


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