Historic “Cook’s Inn” Circa 1792, on 50 Acres with Rustic Wedding Venue Barn, Weathersfield, Vermont – $395,000

This is a lovely home - the Historic Cook's Inn c.1792 offers 4 BR, 2.5 Baths, loaded with charm, original wide pine floors, trim & doors. Fieldstone fireplace, 9' ceilings & 2 stately stone porches. Structurally enhanced in the 70s it stands straight & square on a great foundation. It has updated wiring, plumbing, drywall & insulation, lots of closets & built-ins. Current owners have done recent renovations to the kitchen & 2 full baths, new furnace & wired for generator. Comcast, view of Mt Ascutney's south slope, trails on property & adjoining extensive trail system for hiking, biking & horseback riding. 51.08 acres - 18 open/35 wooded, fenced pastures, 12 x 36 shed & insulated 3 stall barn with tack room for horses. All outbuildings in excellent condition - new roof & garage doors on both barns. Apple, plum & pear trees, blueberry bushes, rhubarb & asparagus as well as lovely perennial gardens. Full drive-in hayloft, workshop & root cellar, 2 car garage/barn, chicken coop, 6 acres productive sugarbush, & more could be tapped! Large springfed pond stocked with trout. Sunny, south facing with fenced in yard - safe for children & dogs. Roadside location would be great for B&B, antiques or hobby farm. Never worry about mud season or unplowed roads in winter. Property has been a beautiful venue for rustic barn weddings. Enrolled in Current Use Program with forest management plan in place - low taxes.
Historic “Cook’s Inn” Circa 1792, on 50 Acres with Rustic Wedding Venue Barn, Weathersfield, Vermont – $395,000

Good Monday morning! This place is such a dream. Imagine owning a historic inn set in 50 acres of beautiful Vermont landscape, with a rustic barn where weddings are held, fishing ponds, fruit trees, horseback riding trails, and more! I’m questioning all my life choices!!

From the listings on Neren and Coldwell Banker:

This is a lovely home – the Historic Cook’s Inn c.1792 offers 4 BR, 2.5 Baths, loaded with charm, original wide pine floors, trim & doors. Fieldstone fireplace, 9′ ceilings & 2 stately stone porches. Structurally enhanced in the 70s it stands straight & square on a great foundation. It has updated wiring, plumbing, drywall & insulation, lots of closets & built-ins. Current owners have done recent renovations to the kitchen & 2 full baths, new furnace & wired for generator. Comcast, view of Mt Ascutney’s south slope, trails on property & adjoining extensive trail system for hiking, biking & horseback riding. 51.08 acres – 18 open/35 wooded, fenced pastures, 12 x 36 shed & insulated 3 stall barn with tack room for horses. All outbuildings in excellent condition – new roof & garage doors on both barns. Apple, plum & pear trees, blueberry bushes, rhubarb & asparagus as well as lovely perennial gardens. Full drive-in hayloft, workshop & root cellar, 2 car garage/barn, chicken coop, 6 acres productive sugarbush, & more could be tapped! Large springfed pond stocked with trout. Sunny, south facing with fenced in yard – safe for children & dogs. Roadside location would be great for B&B, antiques or hobby farm. Never worry about mud season or unplowed roads in winter. Property has been a beautiful venue for rustic barn weddings. Enrolled in Current Use Program with forest management plan in place – low taxes.

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