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Charming 1850 farmhouse on 279 acres asks $3.9M in Vermont

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Located in Hartland, Vermont

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Location: Hartland, Vermont

Price: $3,985,000

A charming 1850 Cape-style house with contemporary updates is on the market in Hartland, Vermont. Situated on 279 beautiful acres of rolling meadows, mixed northern hardwood forests, and endless hiking trails, Hartland Highlands features four bedrooms, four baths (three full and one half), and multiple living spaces across approximately 2,800 square feet.

Characterized by original details like wide-plank floor boards, exposed beams, wood work, and multiple fireplaces, in combination with modern amenities including an open kitchen, the wood-framed home provides an array of opportunities for living, entertaining, and relaxation.

A beautiful sunroom with cathedral ceilings and windowed walls on three sides, for example, offers year-round indoor-outdoor possibilities, while undulating meadows marked by antique stonewalls, perennial gardens, four ponds, three brooks, and old maples make walking the grounds an unforgettable experience.

Rounding out the property are a guest house, barn complex, and multiple outbuildings, including the chance to develop future homes. Located at 37 Brothers Road, it’s offered at $3.985 million.

Courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty