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Look inside this Vermont church! Circa 1860. $430,000

March 20, 2024

Take a look inside this Vermont church! The church was built in 1860. It is located in Londonderry, Vermont. The residence features beautiful stained glass, vaulted ceilings, pretty kitchen, new foundation, updated wiring and updated plumbing. There are views of the river that is across the street. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,751 square feet. $430,000

Contact Hayleyanne Van Der Kar with Four Seasons Sothebys International Realty: 802-362-4551

From the Zillow listing:


Nestled in the heart of Londonderry stands an iconic testament to ingenuity & preservation, what was once the Universalist Church has been ingeniously transformed into a quaint residence. Originally erected in the mid-1860s, this historic edifice underwent a remarkable metamorphosis, undergoing a comprehensive renovation that left no stone unturned. From a new foundation, radiant heating, updated plumbing and wiring, to efficient insulation and windows, every detail was meticulously attended to, resulting in a home that seamlessly blends nostalgia with modern comfort. This remarkable dwelling boasts a highly efficient layout, featuring three bedrooms including a lavish primary suite. The interior surprises with its spaciousness, accentuated by an open floor plan & soaring cathedral ceilings that imbue the space with light and airiness. The architectural marvels of yesteryears, such as the exposed beams and a resplendent stained glass window, have been lovingly preserved, adding character & allure to the living spaces. Conveniently situated on Main Street in the quaint downtown, residents are treated to the delights of the region’s premier farmers’ market just moments away during the summer months. Moreover, the area offers a plethora of recreational activities year-round: skiing, hiking, kayaking and golf, all within minutes’ reach. Truly, this unique abode stands as timeless appeal of repurposing, breathing new life into a cherished piece of local history.



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