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Carefully restored 1831 brick federal on 163+/- acres with 5 bedrooms and 4 baths, strikes a rare and delicate balance between authenticity and comfort that so many buyers seek but cannot find in pursuit of a Vermont lifestyle. The house is sited on a rise above the lightly traveled Parker Hill Road and looks out to the mountains beyond including lovely views of Mount Ascutney. Inside, the spaces are charming and elegant. They are defined by antique natural-wood flooring, plaster over lathe walls, high ceilings and seven wood-burning fireplaces, including a newly-built Rumford in the remodeled kitchen Open flow throughout with space for family and entertaining including a 4-season sunroom with slate floor and cathedral ceiling, dining room, an enlarged living room with two fireplaces and sitting room adjacent to a full bathroom and first-floor powder room. There is also a new first-floor bedroom in between the mudroom and 3-bay garage. All but one of the bathrooms have been remodeled with new light fixtures, fresh paint and wall paper through out the entire home plus several other structural and interior improvements. Upstairs are four bedrooms including an en-suite primary bedroom, and a second ¾ bathroom. Outbuildings include an original barn re-purposed as a guest house with fieldstone fireplace, studio bunk house and a post & beam barn designed for indoor sports and storage with a bathroom and out-door shower. The land is comprised of rolling meadows flanked by old stone walls and tall red pines beyond. On the edge of the upper field is a small pond. An old woods road winds through the pines to a magnificent stand of maples near the crest of Pudding Hill, with potential long-range views in every direction. As a gateway to the bucolic Parker Hill Rural Historic District, this turn-key property is a special Vermont offering.

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Christopher Lang

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