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Look Inside: This Vermont Home Was Built in 1834 and Has the Period Details to Prove It

published Feb 11, 2020
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Credit: Courtesy of Mary W. Davis Realtor and Assoc.

The details

  • Address: 67 Main St., Ludlow, Vermont
  • Price: $625,000
  • Size: 5,200 square feet
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 3.5

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Why we have a crush on this property

One look at the facade of this eye-catching home for sale in Vermont and you know—it’s an oldie. Built in 1834, this red-brick antique with major curb appeal is a rare find in ski country. That’s because it comprises a whopping 5,200 square feet—its seriously huge amount of living space translates to plenty of room for you and dozens of your closest friends to lounge after a day on the slopes. 

The almost 200-year-old house has been lovingly maintained over the years. Its molding, mantles, heating grates, and fireplaces have been preserved, as has its butler’s pantry. Its humongous size also comes with an added benefit: the property holds a state permit allowing up to 16 people to live on site.

Credit: Courtesy of Mary W. Davis Realtor and Assoc.

The place counts six spacious bedrooms, three full bathrooms and one half, including a sumptuous bathroom with a clawfoot soaking tub, a vanity, and a stand-up shower. One of the home’s living rooms, which was originally a kitchen, is now outfitted with a coveted Vermont Castings wood stove for curling up beside, while the main living area boasts a brick wood-burning fireplace.

Credit: Courtesy of Mary W. Davis Realtor and Assoc.

Old house lovers with a sporty streak will appreciate the home’s Main Street location, too. It’s situated on the Okemo Mountain Resort’s shuttle route, meaning the slopes are only a few minutes’ ride from the front door. And when the mountain isn’t calling you, the house comes with 1.4 acres to enjoy, plus a back deck with room for a hot tub.

The Green Mountain State beckons. This home is listed for $675,000 by Mary W. Davis Realtor and Assoc.

Credit: Courtesy of Mary W. Davis Realtor and Assoc.
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