c. 1850 Gothic Revival in South Pomfret, VT

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Added to OHD on 12/19/19   -   Last OHD Update: 6/23/20   -   3 Comments

2277 Stage Rd, South Pomfret, VT 05067

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  • $250,000
  • 2046 Sq Ft
  • 75 Ac.
Seventy-five acres of meadows, hills, and wildlife marshes. Fabulous piece of South Pomfret land with existing 2 car garage and an existing antique farmhouse and barn that need to be torn down. Great yard and mature trees provide the location for your new home. There is an old spring on the back hill for water and a new septic is needed. Electric service is on site with existing meter and use the existing garage for storing building materials while you create your new home. There will be no showings of the home or barn (garage can be viewed). The estimated cost for the removal and clean-up of the house and barn is $55 - $65,000 (respected local contractor). Great location off of town maintained paved road and most of the land is in Current Use (both Forest CU and AG CU). The home is not in the flood zone though a number of acres are in the flood zone. Five minutes to Suicide Six, 10 minutes to downtown Woodstock or Silver Lake. Come take a look and dream about your new home.
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John Bassette, Bassette Real Estate Group
(802) 457-2244
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3 Comments on c. 1850 Gothic Revival in South Pomfret, VT

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12512 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Was getting this ready to post, active on many sites but guess what? Pending in the MLS. I’ve written and rewritten a sentence or two about agents doing this, saying a home is a tear down but not show or say why. Insert aggravation here.

  2. JimHJimH says: 5588 comments
    OHD Supporter

    The farm of Elijah Fraser (1808-1879), the son of Revolutionary soldier Daniel Fraser who came there from Barnstable, Mass. around 1800. Elijah was born in the town, never married and lived with extended family here.

    I’d guess there are liability concerns about showing the house, and possibly it’s been deemed irreparable by someone, though the photos suggest it could be repaired by a determined owner. Probably the agent feels that way also – otherwise why picture or mention the “antique farmhouse and barn” at all!

  3. Leah SLeah S says: 161 comments
    OHD Supporter


    I doesn’t look like a tear-down to me. Just sayin.

    Although I’m not sure I’ve ever really seen a tear-down. 😉


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