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Updated colonial comes with waterfall and 63 acres for $940K

The 1834 home is located in Weston, Vermont

Two-story colonial house with yellow walls, green shutters, and two chimneys sits on gorgeous green site.
The home was built in 1834 and has been updated since then.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Weston, Vermont

Price: $940,000

This charming colonial home in Weston, Vermont, combines the best of both worlds. Retaining much of its historic architecture, it also seamlessly integrates modern updates to create a space filled with light and wonderful original details.

What’s more, the 1834-built house sits on 63 acres of sylvan land characterized by expansive meadows, mountain views, a stream, stone walls, a pond with waterfall, and so much more.

But back to the residence. Six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and multiple living areas unfurl across 3,218 square feet, which includes a guest house addition on the other side of the structure giving the illusion of two homes in one.

Beautifully restored wide-plank hardwood floors (painted in some areas) are found throughout the home, beginning in the formal dining to the huge kitchen with yellow walls, green cabinets, and state-of-the-art appliances to the many bedrooms upstairs. Exposed beams pop up here and there, as do other period woodwork elements, all accented by a bright and varied color scheme.

Rounding out this incredible property are a tool shed and tractor barn, all found at 1433 Route 100—for $940,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty