Historic House Listings

Sold. Beautiful woodwork inside! Love the carriage house. Circa 1890 in Vermont. $199,900

February 17, 2022

That is a beautiful built-in! The carriage house is nice. This home was built in 1890. It is located on .46 acres in Derby, Vermont. The home features a large wrap around front porch, hardwood floors, beautiful built-in, wainscoting, french doors, wide baseboards and a spacious kitchen. There is a detached three car carriage house. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 2,900 square feet. $199,900

Contact Howard Birchard with Century 21 Farm & Forest: 802-334-1200

From the Zillow listing:


Are you a fan of This Old House and ready to resurrect a home to its former beauty? Take a ride to Derby Village, where you’ll find this incredibly spacious Victorian waiting for someone to return it to its former glory. This home is ideally situated to be a commercial enterprise, as it was for 20 years. As a residence, it provides easy access to town amenities, from the market to restaurants, as well as destinations for recreation, including many lakes, the recreation path, and VAST trail access is up the road. Original hardwood flooring, trim work, and 15-lite doors imbue the home with warmth and character. The U-shaped kitchen, with custom oak cabinets, center island and built-in desk, is set up for easy workflow while cooking. Gracious aptly describes the formal dining room, with wainscoting and an original built-in hutch. A brick fireplace is the main feature in the study, while in the den a newer built-in will hold a TV, components, and more. A ½ bath is conveniently located on this floor. The second level includes two bedrooms, one with en suite full bath and large closet, plus an apartment wing complete with eat-in kitchen, 3/4 bath, and small porch outside the separate entrance. Four rooms on the third level could be restored and used however best fits your needs: studio, home gym, office, or storage space. The detached, 3-car garage, built in the early 1990s, has water and electricity and offers plenty of room for vehicles, toys, tools, and potentially a workshop.


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