Escape pick of the week

An old Vermont homestead made new is on the market for $725,000

By Rebecca Fishbein | May 11, 2018 - 12:00PM 

The house was built in 1850.

Roth Real Estate

Warren, Vermont, population 1,700, is located in the Mad River Valley, nestled among the Green Mountains not far from Montpelier. It is a popular vacation town, home to Sugarbush ski and golf resort and the Bridges Resort and Tennis Club, a family-friendly summer destination. Warren itself has hiking and bike trails, gorgeous historical covered bridges, and restaurants such as the Hyde Away Inn & Restaurant, which emphasizes locally sourced ingredients.

This magnificent 4.2-acre homestead in Warren is listed for sale for $725,000. The four-bedroom, three-bath house was built in 1850, and it's been updated with modern utilities and finishes.

There are still plenty of vintage touches, such as pristine pine floors and a wooden staircase when you enter.

 The dining room has built-in cupboards and walls painted deep red.

There's a bright, sunlit living room with sea-foam green trim and a fireplace.

The window seat is a nice touch.

The kitchen has been outfitted with new appliances, soapstone counters, and custom cabinets. There's also a wine cooler.

And there's space for an attached breakfast nook.

A second living area also has a fireplace.

The bathrooms have beautiful vessel sinks.

The master bedroom has a peaked ceiling and big picture windows.

And the master bathroom has a soaking tub and separate shower.

There's lots of storage space here.

One of the bedrooms has built-in bunk beds.

And there are two additional bedrooms.

The house has beautiful views of Sugarbush.

And you can take in the greenery from a brick patio.

Warren is about a five-and-a-half hour drive from New York City, and an hour-minute drive from Burlington, Vermont, where there's an airport. Amtrak's Vermonter line runs to Randolph, a 50-minute drive away.



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