Historic House Listings

Looks like a painting! Circa 1860. Over one acre in Vermont. $199,900

February 21, 2021

The setting looks like a painting in each season! Love the old bridge! This home was built in 1860. It is located on 1.2 acres in Northfield, Vermont. The home could use some undoing of past renovations and a bit of updating. There are most likely hardwood floors underneath the carpeting. The home is situated in the Green Mountains. The property has a babbling brook and an attached barn. Three bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,565 square feet. $225,000 New price: $199,900

Contact Lori Holt with BHHS Vermont Realty Group Montpelier

From the Zillow listing:


Imagine coming home after a long day at work or play in the beautiful Green Mountains, and letting the sounds of a babbling brook relax and reset you. This can be your reality in this quaint 1860’s era Vermont Farmhouse. First floor bedroom and full bath. Large living room with Hearthstone soapstone woodstove (professionally installed with steel chimney). Upstairs, there are two bedrooms with a large hallway/office space. Exposed softwood floors upstairs. Oil-fired furnace new December 2020. Well pump new January 2021! Cozy 3-BR cape with attached barn with loft, has all of the postcard charm of living in Vermont. Situated on 1.2+/- surveyed acres on the Sunny Brook, on a low-traffic town-maintained, dead-end gravel road. Large flat lawn next to the brook. Meadow across street, between the cemetery and RT 14 is part of this property. Right-of-way for cemetery along western edge. Located just 1 mile from Baker’s Pond, 3.5 miles from Allis State Park, and 4 miles to Brookfield famous floating bridge on Sunset Lake. Plenty of fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, camping or just taking in some fresh air. 4 Miles to Norwich University Campus and Northfield Village Amenities. 6 Miles of easy paved access to Exit 5, I-89. FEMA map indicates that site is in Zone X- Area of minimal flood hazard. House is being sold in “as is” condition as Sellers will make no repairs to meet buyer’s financing requirements.


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