1862 – Barnard, VT

Added to OHD on 8/31/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   17 Comments
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92 Lakota Rd, Barnard (Woodstock), VT 05031

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  • $175,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2202 Sq Ft
  • 36 Ac.
RICHMOND BROOK FARM IN DESIRABLE BARNARD LOCALE. Historic 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on 36 acres with many period details and plenty of space. Classic 1862 farmhouse needs a special buyer to bring it back to life. Includes a detached two-car garage, barn, and extensive, exceptional acreage. Just minutes from Woodstock and its fine shopping and restaurants, and close to Dartmouth College and its myriad cultural activities and fine medical center. This is a Fannie Mae Homepath property.
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Jeff Olson, Addison County Real Estate
(802) 388-9999
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17 Comments on 1862 – Barnard, VT

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  1. dunamovindunamovin says: 179 comments

    Behold the birth of indoor plumbing? Sure would have been appreciated in subzero weather.

  2. MWMW says: 923 comments

    Did people really go to the bathroom right next to each other 3 at a time like that? That must have been interesting.

  3. Buck's DaughterBuck's Daughter says: 143 comments
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    Isn’t this a sweet little out of the way place out in the country. Wouldn’t it be great for a weekend getaway or summer vacay? Wouldnt change a thing in that kitchen, reminds me of cabinets my father built many years ago. It would be so warm and cozy in winter in that(knotty pine?) upstairs bedroom. Also love the claw-foot bathtub, though not too sure about the 3-seater outhouse style necessary seating.

  4. jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 1053 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1947 Ranch

    I remember something spoken about here at OHD about windows installed at an angle like the one here. But for the life of me I can’t recall the convo. It’s very intriguing, because I’m certain it served a purpose.

    • Kimberly62Kimberly62 says: 2217 comments
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      1936 Cabin

      Taking a standard window and the roofline next to the gable end, that is the only way it will fit is at an angle. Just being practical, form following function. Smile

    • MWMW says: 923 comments

      My guess is that when they added the addition, they just took one of the windows at the end of the main part of the house and reused it there at an angle. Looks like the same size and shape as the 2 on the other end. So probably was just a bit of money saving creative reuse. That window next to the addition door is probably one of the other windows.

      I’m still wondering about those latticed barn doors and what that is all about. Doesn’t appear to be a garage type thing as the dirt at the threshold is too far down to make getting in/out reasonable. So I wonder what they are for.


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