Historic House Listings

Sold. IN LOVE!!! Historic Hillside Farm in Vermont. On 38 acres. Circa 1832. $695,000

April 26, 2022

I am totally in love with this property. When I think of Vermont, I think of this! The home was built in 1832. It is located on 38.60 acres in Turnbridge, Vermont. The home features beautiful wide plank hardwood floors, wood walls, exposed beams, built-ins, spacious kitchen and a screened in porch. The historic barn was built in 1882 and has graced the cover of ‘Vermont Life Magazine’. A portion of the barn has been turned into office space. This is truly a beautiful property! Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,944 square feet. $695,000

Contact Jack Snyder with Snyder Donegan Real Estate: 802-291-3461

From the Zillow listing:


Quintessential historic Vermont hillside farm. Recent and extensive renovations and move-in ready. Historic barn (c. 1882) has graced the cover of Vermont Life magazine. Barn is beautifully preserved and a section of it has been renovated into finished, heated office space plus well-maintained animal stalls, a tack room, and a large hay loft in the barn. Classic Vermont Cape (c. 1832) with extensive, recent updates that highlight many historic features of the house including wide wood floors and exposed beams. Nice kitchen with cherry cabinets next to formal dining room. Living room has a wood burning fireplace. Perfectly set up for one-level living, with a bedroom on the first floor as well as two newer full bathrooms. Two cape bedrooms upstairs. On the way in, an attractive mud room leads to the attached garage. A newer, attached screen porch makes for wonderful 3-season relaxation and dining. The land component includes a hillside pasture above the house with fenced in areas for grazing, as well as a beautiful and sunny pasture across the road below the wonderful barn. Above the home on top of the hill are sitting areas around a frog pond and a charming pond shed – all of which have excellent views down across the house, barn and farms on the distant hills. The home has a 5.8 kW solar array (owned, and which conveys) for net electric metering – which reduces the annual electric bill to about $500/year. SHOWINGS BEGIN SATURDAY APRIL 30th. See property website.


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