Historic House Listings

43 acres in Vermont! Wide plank hardwood floors! Circa 1820. $499,000

February 3, 2024

Love all of the acreage! Looks very private! The wide plank hardwood floors are great. The house was built in 1820. It is located on 43 acres in Shaftsbury, Vermont. The house features a sunroom, hardwood floors, fireplace in the kitchen, wide plank hardwood floors, lots of windows for natural light and built-ins. There is a finished basement with a laundry room. Six bedrooms, four bathrooms and 3,905 square feet. $499,000

Contact Jenifer Hoffman with Hoffman Real Estate: [email protected]

From the Zillow listing:


Loved by the same family for 50 years and ready for its next owner. Sprawling layout with 6 bedrooms and 4 baths. Enclosed front porch with marble floor makes a gracious welcome. Big kitchen with posts and beams, fireplace and sitting area, and access to rear deck. This central gathering space, built in 1920 and renovated in 2000, connects the original house (1820) and modern addition (1982). Charming dining and living rooms with built-in bookshelves and closets. Wood-burning stone fireplaces add warmth & rich character to the living room and enclosed porch. Porch has old barn-board walls, slate floor, and stairs to the large patio with stone walls. Two bedrooms can be found on every level… an ideal layout for guests or working from home. Laundry room in the newer finished basement, plus w/d hook-ups in the antique cellar. Attached 2-car garage with overhead doors, work space, and mudroom. ADT alarm system, cable/internet, new oil tanks, private well & septic. Outside you’ll soak up sunrise with a spectacular mountain view… and a natural environment with pond, the year-round Furnace Brook, front & backyards, and forest. Property includes 43 acres, split up on both sides of East Road, as well as a landlocked piece of forest. Only 5-10 mins drive to all amenities – downtown, hospital, restaurants, stores. One hour to Albany Int’l Airport, 3 hours to Boston and NYC. Sellers had the property fully inspected in November, saving buyers $4K. Ask your agent!



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