1897 Classical Revival – Lyndonville, VT

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Posted December 2017. This home has been archived on OHD. The sold status is unknown. Added to OHD on 12/27/17 - Last OHD Update: 7/1/18 - 10 Comments
51 Maple St, Lyndonville, VT 05851

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  • $219,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 1 full, 2 three qtr Bath
  • 3324 Sq Ft
This warm & elegant Colonial style home was built in 1897, designed by Lambert Packard & Thorne architects, boasting colossal columns & 2nd story balcony at the front entrance and is a historic charmer throughout. Situated on the "Village Green" in Lyndonville, VT, featuring a spacious park setting out the front door with band concerts, farmers markets and is within walking distance to all town amenities. This well preserved 2.5 story home offers 3300+sq.ft of living space with 5 bedrooms, 3 baths and a separate studio space that is ideal for a home office, family room or could easily be converted back to a small in-law suite. Many preserved features to include the butlers pantry, icebox, ceramic tiled wood fireplace, French doors, decorative wood trim, hardwood floors, period window panes, stained glass windows and more. Modern day conveniences include updated electrical (wired for a generator), plumbing, heating, bathrooms and a 1st floor master en-suite addition with laundry area. Nice size backyard, great for gardening & pets. Just 8 miles to Burke Mountain Ski Resort! Don't hesitate, this is a must see property.
Last Active Agent
Ryan Pronto, Jim Campbell Real Estate      (802) 334-3400
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10 Comments on 1897 Classical Revival – Lyndonville, VT

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  1. AvatarRandy C says: 422 comments

    I like this lots. Pretty hardwood floors, unfinished woodwork, nice fireplaces and stained glass windows. I especially love the butlers pantry with the original cabinetry and I’ve NEVER seen an ice box that large, but it’s terrific. I couldn’t deal with the New York winters, but it does make a pretty picture with the snow.

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    • AvatarBethany says: 2663 comments
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      Escondido, CA

      I agree that it looks lovely in the snow and the picture of the neighborhood of old houses is very attractive. That being said, a summer picture of the same would be nice too!

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  2. AvatarMichele P Pagan says: 75 comments

    Wow – what a terrific house! So happy that all that original woodwork has not been painted over! This is a bargain price, too, for the right person. Any place else, this would be a mansion of over $500K. I hope it sells soon for these owners!

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  3. AvatarShawna says: 1 comments

    What a steal for this house! I live in Everett, Washington and purchased my 1350 sq ft 2 bed 1 bath house for $304,500. This is absoulty beautiful!

  4. AvatarLoriS says: 59 comments

    Oh my word! Beautiful treasure for sure! I took a little “tour” of the town and it looks like the entire town is homes and buildings from that period! If it weren’t for the cars and some neon lighting, one could easily feel like you were strolling the town in the late 1800’s! I’ve never seen anything like it before. Very cool.

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  5. jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 949 comments
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    1947 Ranch
    OR

    Fantastic, open kitchen and lots of lovely wood. I could be happy there. 😉

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  6. AvatarMichele Larson says: 14 comments

    I grew up in Vermont and in 2007 we moved south to PA. I know Lyndonville well and once snow comes in Vermont it usually stays until March especially in the “Northeast Kingdom”. And it is cold – twenty to thirty below are not uncommon. As much as I miss living in New England I do not miss the snow and cold. A lot of old architecture there still and this house is beautiful.

  7. SueSue says: 1175 comments
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    1802 Cape
    ME

    My brother Roger went to college in Lyndonville. It is a very, very nice village with some pretty nice restaurants. You could do a little B&B hear for parents coming in to see their kids. Great house and a great deal.

  8. SueSue says: 1175 comments
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    1802 Cape
    ME

    My brother Roger went to college in Lyndonville and was a ski instructor at Burke Mountain. It is a very, very nice village with some pretty nice restaurants. You could do a little B&B hear for parents coming in to see their kids. Great house and a great deal.

  9. AvatarAmanda says: 53 comments

    This is my best ever. I’m desperate to get my husband to consider leaving hot south Florida. This house has everything I want including overlooking the village green. Perfect.

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