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Bucolic 1790 farm on 20 acres asks $349K

Located in Weathersfield, Vermont

Old wood-framed farmhouse with windows facing rough-hewn fence.
The Taylor House was completed around 1790.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Weathersfield, Vermont

Price: $349,000

The Taylor House was completed in 1790 and is part of the first developed community in Weathersfield, in south central Vermont, according to the listing. Largely in original condition, the 3,306-square-foot antique home underwent a refurbishment in the 1930s, which brought in a few modern updates.

Still, there’s a wealth of period details to enjoy, starting with the wooden frame, wide-plank floor boards, rough-hewn exposed beams, millwork like paneling, a number of brick fireplaces, and generous proportions.

Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large living room, spacious kitchen with antique stove, a bay-windowed dining area, recreational room, workshop, and art studio are arranged across two stories, with windows providing bucolic views out toward the 20-acre site.

The property also includes the original post-and-beam barn with hayloft and animal stalls, manicured lawns, gardens, woods, a patio, and a clay tennis court. Located at 2798 Weathersfield Center Road, it’s offered at $349,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty