1830 – Cavendish, VT – $229,000

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Added to OHD on 1/10/19   -   Last OHD Update: 1/10/19   -   15 Comments
61 High St, Cavendish, VT 05142

Map: Street

Price

$229,000

Beds

3

Baths

2

SqFt

2208

Acres

0.56

Rare opportunity to own a home built with a method called Snecked Ashlar construction, creating these magnificent houses. Located in the heart of the village w/ a small town park right next door. In addition to the house, there's a detached studio. Whether you are a writer, artist, crafter, or woodworker, you will admire this space. New foundation & electric to the studio, water/sewer in place. Great southwestern exposure. The connected architecture provides a garage, woodshed/breezeway, & mudroom. Kitchen is equipped with commercial appliances that the serious cook will appreciate. Front parlor w/ fireplace (could be a bedroom), living room w/ large arched doorway to dining room, & another fireplace w/ bake oven. Beautiful trim & wood floors. Also on the first floor is a pantry, custom tile, & 3/4 bath w/ laundry room. Upstairs are three bedrooms & a full bath. There is an unfinished attic. A few cosmetics will customize this home for you. Wonderful perennials, plus maple & elm.
Contact Details
Betty McEnaney, Bean Group
(802) 228-2323 / (800) 450-7784
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15 Comments on 1830 – Cavendish, VT – $229,000

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9369 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    The tiny pics were that small as found. 🙂

  2. Laurie W. says: 1487 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1988 Fake Greek Revival!
    NC

    Snecked stonework: “The principal characteristic of snecked work is the keying together
    of parallel courses of stone. This is achieved by interrupting the level height of a horizontal course by placing a taller stone that reaches up into the next course. This vertical interlacing gives a wall a tensile strength that enhances its compressive strength.” (Selectstone.com) It’s beautiful on this house, texture & interest from the use of different types of stone, including quite large pieces. I’m entranced with it. (Also love the shoes hanging over the fire, practical & cozy as heck when you put them back on!)

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    • Kimberly62Kimberly62 says: 309 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1980 board & batten modern

      I love the stonework as well. Thank you for the meaning of Snecked. It does look very sturdy. I also found the hanging of the shoes practical and it made me smile.
      They have a nice blanket of snow outdoors too.

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    • Karen says: 528 comments

      I saw those shoes too! A nice touch that I bet will help sell this house. That photo really makes this house look so homey. Like putting some vanilla in simmering water right before you have an open house.

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  3. PlasterboyPlasterboy says: 93 comments

    This is worth every dime.

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  4. Becky says: 30 comments

    Seriously in love with this one.

  5. Karen says: 528 comments

    Wow! I love everything about this place! And that front door! I love that arched transom! Plus, it looks like a fantastic lot, as well. I’d move here in a heartbeat, and I haven’t even looked up where this town is!

  6. MW says: 677 comments

    This is a great looking house and property, very charming.

  7. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 722 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1885 Italianate.
    MI

    When I was a kid, we went ice skating as a school group once, have no idea where we were, but remember the warming cabin with a huge stone fireplace, everyone hung they’re skates on it. I love this home.

  8. CeylaClaire says: 73 comments

    Oh my! Wish there had been more pictures because I sure could use a small studio. Nice house for sure!

  9. JulianaMoon says: 71 comments

    Fabulous!!! The stone work is magnificent!!

  10. Mary Beth Walsh says: 4 comments

    Oh! Is that a bird’s next above in front of the transom window above the front door? Wonder if it’s a house finch?

  11. KarenR says: 16 comments

    Simply idyllic

  12. ErnieErnie says: 181 comments

    The studio space is fantastic! Love the house to!

  13. ErnieErnie says: 181 comments

    Looks like the Health Center is made in the same Snecked style.

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