|Contact name||Margaret Harrington Tamulonis|
|Lot Area||22.5 acres|
In beautiful northern Vermont near the Quebec border, this elegant Victorian built by George Willard, lumber mill owner in 1867, has 11 rooms with wide plank floors, some with tall tray ceilings plus a kitchen and den with beamed ceilings and fireplaces. On the 2nd floor there are 4 large bedrooms that include a master suite and a sitting room/office with a pot bellied stove. There is a 2 floor attached carriage barn with a workshop. The basement is deep with a cement floor and stone foundation. The post and beam barn has water, electricity and hand hewn beams. The large gazebo is Amish made. The property has 22.5 acres of forest and meadow and Whitacre Brook runs through it. Well maintained town roads make it accessible in all weather.