Rich in Revolutionary War history and reputed to be the oldest continuously occupied home in Vermont, this handsome 1763 Federal is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Retaining many original features including 4 marble fireplaces, 22" wideboard pine flooring and paneling throughout, along with a hand painted mural above the former kitchen fireplace depicting Old Bennington at the beginning of the 19th Century. A tasteful 1920 addition, featuring a recently renovated, stunning and tastefully appointed kitchen with marble countertops, top of the line stainless appliances including separate steam oven, blend in seamlessly with the original structure. Offering 4 large en-suite bedrooms with full baths, including one currently in use as a den; large living room and adjoining library with built in bookcases; large dining room with fireplace; bright Butler's pantry with prep sink, corian counters and ample storage perfect for entertaining. Handsome foyer, bright office/study and half bath round out this well laid out and proportioned first floor. Elegantly situated on 3.64 lush acres offering a private bluestone terrace off the kitchen, marble courtyard, scenic mountain views, manicured lawns, mature landscaping with stonewalls and gazeebo present this property magnificently. Separate 3 bedroom guest cottage off the courtyard and 35' x 23' lightfilled studio with hard wood floors and vaulted ceiling round out this exquisite offering.
Suzan Yucht, Hoisington Realty, Inc..
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Listing information last updated on June 5th, 2020 at 1:37pm EDT.