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Location: Randolph, Vermont
Located in Randolph, Vermont, this heritage-listed beauty was built in 1850 by prominent local philanthropist (and close friend to President Lincoln) Albert B. Chandler in the Italianate style and boasts a wealth of classic details like inlaid wood floors, hand-carved molding, plaster ceiling accents, stained glass windows, multiple fireplaces, and a gorgeous wraparound porch.
The sprawling, historic six-bedroom manse—with over 7,000 square feet of living space—is set on over seven acres of land and has been updated for modern living without compromising any of its storied charm. In addition to a detached carriage house are a chapel and a barn that can be used for business and other commercial purposes. All this can be yours for $495,000. Have a look around.