$719,000 | $337 per sq.ft.
470 Jenne Road
3 Beds | 2 Baths | Total Sq. Ft. 2132 | Acres: 156
"House-In-The-Hills" is a classic Vermont cape farm house (c. 1782) with 156 beautiful acres on a quiet, picturesque country road. The land component has stately maple trees, old stone walls, lawns and gardens, apple trees, fields/pastures, a swimming pond, sugar bush, ample woods & trails for horseback riding, snowshoeing or other outdoor activities. A long-distance mountain view from the house could be opened back up again (see old photos). Land enrolled in VT Current Use program. The property has only had 4 owners since it was built by Colonel Moses Chaplain, a soldier in the American Revolution - and has been owned by the same family for 80+ years. The historic house interior retains the charm of an earlier era, with wide wood floors and many architectural details displaying the craftsmanship of the time. The large living room with working fireplace has windows on 3 walls overlooking the property, creating a warm, sunny feeling. An atmosphere of Colonial grace and light is found throughout the home. Attached to the house is a screened breezeway with barn board walls, for indoor-outdoor entertaining and relaxing. A barn next to the house could be utilized for horses, animals or - as it once was - as an artists' studio. The house is situated on a quiet loop road close to the main road, about 3 miles from the Green Mountain Horse Association (GMHA) and 10 miles from Woodstock. If you are looking for a quiet, peaceful, historic Vermont residence, this is a must see! See
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