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Rustic Vermont farmhouse on 10 acres wants $675K


An 1850 farmhouse known as the Fitch Homestead is on the market in Dover, home of the famous Mount Snow ski resort in southern Vermont. Measuring 2,400 square ... Every Sunday, get the Homes of the Week newsletter, a handpicked selection of the best ...


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An 1850 farmhouse known as the Fitch Homestead is on the market in Dover, home of the famous Mount Snow ski resort in southern VermontMeasuring 2,400 square feet, the recently renovated residence combines period details with contemporary updates to create a rustic getaway that boasts all the creature comforts. The wood-framed colonial sits on over 10 acres with views toward the slopes and features lovely elements of antiquity including wide-plank floorboards, millwork trimmed in traditional colors, wainscoting, raised panel doors, and more throughoutA spacious living room surrounded by windows is anchored by a fireplace, then a formal dining room with gorgeous doors and trim work flows into a large (updated) eat-in kitchen. Want to see more great homes? Every Sunday, get the Homes of the Week newsletter, a handpicked selection of the best homes from around the country. Subscribe to the newsletter As for bedrooms there are five, with two and half baths and a family room—converted from an attached shed—with exposed beams and a wood-burning stove rounding out the space The property also boasts a post-and-beam bar with concrete floor for workshop or garage use and second-floor storageLocated at 1 Negus Road and ideally situated as a home-base for all your snow sports needs, it’s offered at $675,000 Via: Sotheby’s International Realty Next Up In Homes For Sale from Curbed LA Sweet Pennsylvania Dutch cottage by Gerard Colcord asking $965K in Glendale from Curbed NY In Hell’s Kitchen, a bright and chic co-op lists for $775K from Curbed SF Dreamy Spanish-style in Hillsborough asks $4.6 from Curbed Seattle Mount Baker craftsman with a modern twist going for $1.8 million from Curbed Detroit Historic vineyard caretaker home in Farmington Hills asks $210K from Curbed Philly Louis Kahn’s Washington Square West house on sale for $1.75M Trending Are home renovations necessary? 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