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Vermont’s most expensive old house listing! Circa 1850. On 28 acres. $8,750,000

January 22, 2023

Welcome to Vermont’s most expensive old house listing! Old Fitch Farm was built in 1850. It is located on 28.36 acres in Woodstock, Vermont. This amazing estate is comprised of a main house that has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. There is a guest cottage on the property that has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is a three story horse barn that is beautiful. The farm is situated on 1,200 feet on the Ottauquechee River. $8,750,000

Contact Danny Kogut with Williamson Group Sotheby’s International Realty: 802-457-2000

From the Zillow listing:


Old Fitch Farm is one of New England’s most extraordinary estates. This remarkable residence is sited graciously on a plateau with 1200′ of frontage on the Ottauquechee River, and views to Mt Tom and Woodstock Village. The impeccably restored five-bedroom, six BA main residence, four-bedroom, 2 BA guest cottage and impressive three-story horse barn reflect Federal and Greek revival influences of architect Asher Benjamin. The stately foyer in the main residence is centered by a splendid 3-story mahogany staircase, a true testament to the tradition of quality and fine craftsmanship of the era. The formal common rooms on the main level are spacious, elegant and impeccably appointed. The kitchen is spectacular with Italian tumbled marble floors, custom Dutchmade cabinetry, exceptional appliances, and Butler’s pantry with custom quartersawn-oak cabinetry. The Grand Primary Suite commands the second floor with a newly added, discreet elevator, his and hers dressing rooms, impeccably appointed bathrooms, and an office. The second level is further completed by two luxurious guest suites. The third level offers two additional guest rooms with a shared bathroom. Central AC, attached, heated three car garage. There is a spectacular hilltop riding ring with bridle paths lacing through the property. A short stroll to the shops, restaurants and galleries of Woodstock Village. Fifteen minutes to skiing. Two hours, fifteen minutes to Boston. Four and a half hours to NYC.



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