c. 1860 – Newbury, VT – $149,900

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Added to OHD on 2/13/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/13/19   -   7 Comments
8436 Route 5 South Rte, Newbury, VT 05033

Map: Street

Price

$149,900

Beds

4

Baths

2

SqFt

3636

Acres

18.2

Just in time for Spring, this stunning stone cape situated on 18+/- acres with attached shed and barns is waiting for you. Home has seen some updating, and is just awaiting restoration. Lard wrap around covered porch, level yard, this home has great potential for a many types of agricultural use. Property is sold "As Is" by Limited Warranty Deed with right to inspect. No property disclosure as owner has not occupied the home. Buyers are urged to verify all information. This property qualifies for Freddie Mac First Look good thru March 4th, 2019
Contact Details
Julie Buffum, Buffum Realty
(802) 885-3000
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7 Comments on c. 1860 – Newbury, VT – $149,900

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9647 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I’m in love with this home and wanted to show more of the exterior so included 2012 Google Street View shots. Google has distorted street views due to the way they are captured so keep that in mind.

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    • Joe says: 576 comments

      Kelly,
      -I love the way you pull out the essence of a place. It is great the way you have used the G-views to give us a better look. I mean no disrespect when I write this, I would only suggest that you include the following linked view, which I love, love love. The vintage aluminum mobile home may not even be there any more. The Airstream???? alone is probably someone’s old house dream. Here’s the view: – https://www.google.com/maps/@44.0367127,-72.0882661,3a,75y,323.5h,79.78t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1smRMlVTxUxxa5x_0nb_QqEQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
      -It looks to me to be an Airstream. I know little or nothing about them, but I found this link for those with a lot of mad money and want a new silver fantasy: https://www.airstream.com/travel-trailers/. I didn’t even know that they were still making them!?!?!

      I also like the old Jeep in the 2013 view. The view in my first link is one that I could see become a classic if painted by a great artist. For some reason this view just grabs me!

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  2. Kimberly62Kimberly62 says: 349 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1980 board & batten modern

    I love this one too! It appears the wood fired cookstove is it in the kitchen, no, now I see the missing appliance. Still wouldn’t it be nice to spend a few days just cooking on the woodstove? I love the simplicity of it all. Nice to see another old stone home. (I also love see the grass and sunshine in the outdoor photos-today we are finishing up a snow storm that started yesterday). smile

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  3. Clund says: 143 comments

    I love stone buildings especially houses and barns. This would be worth the effort to fix up. For sure! And on 18 acres? With a barn, that looks to be in good shape? If I didn’t live on the opposite coast I’d be dragging the hubby over to take a peek.

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  4. dazzledvegan says: 1 comments
    FL

    Now why on earth did I have to go look at the houses in all states today!???!!! This is my dream home. I have always wanted a house connected to the barn and a must is to have a lot of acreage for my animals. This fits the bill except it is in Vermont. I’d be frozen solid, being from Florida. If I could just pick it up and sit it on a bunch of land in Florida I would be loving it.
    I just checked out Google maps and drove down the road. My goodness the area is stunning. I just saw that it was built in 1860 on Zillow. I wonder how much snow they receive there? I would also love to see inside the barn.

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  5. Hazel Hayes says: 30 comments

    This house is a nice example of snecked ashlar sometimes used as siding instead of clapboards during the 19th century.

    That porch is odd.

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