Historic House Listings

Those fireplaces! Circa 1850 in Newfane, Vermont. $579,000

January 29, 2021

Classic Vermont! This would be a fun inn to run. This home was built in 1850. It is located in Newfane, Vermont. The home features some amazing fireplaces, wide plank hardwood floors, exposed beams, and an amazing front door. Curious when it was added onto to extend it. This is a huge place with 15 bedrooms! This sits next to the courthouse. It has a 100 seat restaurant, bar, commercial kitchen, and a three bedroom apartment. There is also a two story barn with 1,700 square feet. Fifteen bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and 12,845 square feet. $579,000

Contact Daire Gibney with Barrett and Valley Associates

From the Zillow listing:


Looking for a classic 19th century Vermont home with stunning vintage features, well look no further. Do not miss the tremendous opportunity to own a significant piece of the history in the charming village of Newfane Vermont. Once the thriving center of village life this exceptional building majestically sits next to the Windham court house off the village green and along VT Route 30. Featuring  a 100 seat restaurant, bar, a large and fully equipped commercial kitchen, 15 bedrooms including the separate 3 bedroom apartment with private parking and 1700sqft two story barn this has the potential to be so much more even beyond its previous use.  With classic features throughout including a number of fireplaces, exposed beams, impressive barrel ceiling in what once was the old ballroom make this a true 19th century classic and it is just ready for you to bring it back to its former glory.  Just under 30 minutes to Stratton and Mount Snow and an abundance of parks, rivers and hiking throughout the area this represents everything Vermont has to offer. This will make a magnificent private residence and the perfect vacation or permanent home that is ideal for hosting large groups, family gathering and could be  a wonderful rental or multi family property investment.  Come see today!


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