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Vermont’s most expensive old house listing! On nine acres. $4,875,000

January 31, 2024

Welcome to Vermont’s most expensive old house listing! Such a beautiful pool! The house was built in 1941. It is located on nine acres in Dorset, Vermont. The main house has six fireplaces, post and beam great room and beautiful windows. There are beautifully landscaped grounds with stone walls, patios and a pool. The property has a large barn, guest house and a pool house. Five bedrooms, six bathrooms and 4,922 square feet. $4,875,000

From the Zillow listing:


Hidden at the top of one of Dorset’s quiet lanes you will discover the epitome of timeless elegance & modern luxury in this meticulously renovated 5-bedroom, 6-bathroom 1941 Colonial. On a sprawling 9.4-acre estate, this enchanting property offers a harmonious blend of history and sophistication. 6 fireplaces evoke a warm and inviting ambiance, creating the perfect backdrop for cozy and memorable gatherings. The post & beam great room addition is a breathtaking architectural achievement. With soaring ceilings, exposed beams, and expansive windows; a seamless connection between the interior and the natural beauty of the exterior landscape. Outside, meticulously landscaped grounds beckon you to explore. Stone walls add character, while expertly crafted gardens bloom with color. The tranquil brook that meanders through the property offers a soothing soundtrack to your daily life. A short distance from the main residence you arrive at a remarkable stone and timber barn designed for all your recreational needs, by noted architect, Ramsay Gourd. Continuing down the path you arrive at the private, two bedroom/two bath, elegantly appointed guest cottage, with rear private patio to enjoy some quiet down time. Located close to the main house is the free form pool and exquisite pool house. This property is not just a home; it’s a lifestyle, a retreat; an opportunity to own a piece of paradise. Don’t miss your chance to make this exquisite compound your own. More information attached.



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