Enjoy living on 161 acres in this historic farmhouse built in 1850 in this beautiful setting! Many upgrades have been done to make this very comfortable. Open fields surround the home with apple trees, gardens and wonderful tree lines. You'll find a lot of wildlife traveling through the fields and woods daily. Property would make a great horse farm. Own both sides of two roads (Macdonald Road and Poor Farm Road) for 3/4 of a mile (a mile and a half if you count both sides separately). Poor Farm is a Class 4 non-maintained road. MacDonald Road is a Class 3 gravel road that switches to a Class 4 non-maintained road just past the house. The road is kept open in winter up to the house. The wooded acres are in the Vermont Current Use program. There are fabulous views around the house of open fields and mountain vistas. There are four out buildings: A two car garage on a floating slab, a smaller barn that we call the 'mower shed', a hay barn (that needs some work) across the road, and a small 'milk house' that would make a perfect hobby-scale maple sugar house. A whole house transfer switch is installed and ready for your generator in the event of power outage. The house is heated by forced hot air with an outdoor pellet furnace and fuel oil furnace backup. Large country kitchen with eat-in area for a table. A Home Comfort wood cook stove is in the kitchen. Satellite dish mounted and ready for DirectTV. High speed internet available from VTEL wireless. Primary Bedroom on 1st.
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