I love that big old barn! Known as The Old Home Place, this home was built in 1850. It is located on 6.30 acres in Craftsbury, Vermont. The home features hardwood floors and a spacious kitchen. There is an attached garage and a large attached barn. The home has a basement and solar panels. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,725 square feet. $395,000
Contact Tina Leblond with Big Bear Real Estate: 802-744-6844
From the Zillow listing:
This gorgeous Craftsbury farmhouse was featured on the cover of Vermont Life for it’s 25th edition. It still looks the same. “The Old Home Place” has been lovingly cared for featuring a 4BR, 2BA, garage and connected former dairy barn. The huge country kitchen has been recently renovated with granite countertops, stainless appliances, new flooring and a glassed-in porch. Dining room, family room, living room as well as a utility/laundry room and full bath are on the first floor. Basement has had spray foam insulation for efficiency, and you won’t believe the cost of heat and electric. Owned solar panels help. The upstairs features 3 BRs with generous closets for an older home, and a newly done bathroom with a soaking tub and standalone shower. The barn has been used recently for goats, beef cattle and chickens. Post and beam construction, with stable, hay loft and high drive. The stable is still intact. Beautiful 6.3 acre grounds with gorgeous gardens, a garden shed, screened gazebo. You could live off the land with the prolific abundance from the gardens perennials. Automatic cow waterer buried 4′ down so it never freezes. The Craftsbury Outdoor center uses a small sliver of land on the border of the property, allowing owners annual membership, 10 punch card for classes, free rentals, and a ‘state of the art’ gym. Craftsbury gems like this just don’t come around that often. Make it your “Old Home Place”. Showings to begin on Feb 3, 2023
Let them know you saw it on Old House Life!