Love the enclosed porches on this house! The backyard looks like a private oasis! This Dutch Colonial was built in 1910. It is located on .25 acres in North Troy, Vermont. There are original hardwood floors, original woodwork, and original windows. The home has full attic and a full basement! There are multiple perennial gardens and a fenced in backyard. The property has a detached two car garage. Situated five miles from Jay Peak Resort and only one mile from Canada. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,022 square feet. $117,900
Contact David Kennison with Century 21 Farm & Forest: 802-323-8151
From the Zillow listing:
High ceilings with original wood stain pillars capture one’s attention when entering both the entry foyer and living room areas. Hardwood floors, distinctive windows and architectural features also accentuate the home. Built in 1920, this spacious yet efficient, comfortable home is a unique Dutch Colonial design and features 9 rooms with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, and over 2,022 sq. ft. of living space. The home also includes both front and back enclosed porches, a full attic and a full basement. Many improvements have been made with high quality materials and features that include new wiring with 220 volt, blown-in insulation, new roof (2009), new seamless rain gutters (2014), new “Thermo Pride” furnace (2015), new “D Vac with Hepa Double Filtration” central vacuum system (2016), new hot water tank (2018), exterior and interior painting/staining etc. (2016-present). The home is sited on .24-acre lot with fully established perennial gardens and a fenced-in private backyard to enjoy throughout the seasons. This is a beautiful property with many wonderful features. A detached 2-car garage has a new roof but is in need of repair. The listing price reflects allowance for continued updates and additional painting to be completed. This home is 5 miles from year-round Jay Peak Resort, 1 mile from Canada, 12 miles from Lake Memphremagog boating and fishing, and surrounded by many natural wonders.
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