Historic House Listings

Old General Store and Living Quarters. Circa 1830. On one acre in Vermont. $159,900

July 18, 2021

Check out the size of those floor boards! This would be a fun property to own. The Peck House was built in 1830. It is located on one acre in Sheffield, Vermont. It was once Griffins General Store and living quarters for the owner. The home features original hardwood floors, multiple porches and exposed beams. Love the gardens! Five bedrooms, three bathrooms and 2,473 square feet. $159,900

Contact Scott DesJardins with StoneCrest Properties

From the Zillow listing:

 

If you love history you’re going to love this one! Presenting the conjoined houses of Sheffield! Known as the ‘Peck House’ this village home dates back to the early 1800’s and is one of the town’s most well known structures! At one time it housed Giffin’s General Store and living quarters for the owner. Today the two houses remain attached together and the former store space in the corner building quietly awaits repurposing. All on a beautifully landscaped 1 acre lot. The front house features 2 bedrooms, 1.75 bathrooms, tons of versatile living space, and (drumroll please) the antique general store space on the first floor! The back house features 3 bedrooms, a bathroom and a wonderful open floor plan. Lots of amazing updates, repairs, and features have been added to this home over the last 7 years including: custom wood work, new bathrooms, new kitchens, new roof, and lets not forget the custom 10-person built-in farmhouse table with benches. Each house has it’s own garage and covered porch. So much potential here for extended family living or short term supplemental rental income. The back house was rented very successfully on Airbnb from 2014-2020. Located within 30 minutes of: Kingdom Trails, Lyndonville, Shadow Lake, Crystal Lake and so much more! Come check it out and see if you can find the secret room!

 

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