Good Monday morning! There’s something mysteriously magical about this waterfront property dating back to 1780 in Springfield, Vermont. The soft green leaves, the deep flowing river, or maybe it’s that wonderful kitchen… I would love to live here.
This property comes with thirteen acres of land. Additional parcels may be purchased, up to 64 acres total, at various price points. I see so much potential in this property. I can imagine a beautiful bed & breakfast and wedding venue, a small farm, an artist’s residence – such a daydream-worthy listing.
From the listing on Coldwell Banker:
This is a special, magical, beautiful waterfront property, “Governor’s Farm”, w/an antique Cape & large dairy barn. Meadows, beautiful door yard, gardens, forest, flowers, mature hardwoods, Christmas tree grove, stream, walking trails, etc., just 30-35 min. easy drive from the heart of Upper Valley & CLOSE TO MAJOR SKI AREAS. Portions of the land designated “Prime Agricultural Soils”. COULD ALSO BE PURCHASED WITH MORE RIVER FRONT LAND: a 2-lot subdivision has been done for this property, with this house lot containing 12.87 ac., 970′ river frontage, and an additional 5.75 ac. parcel raw land, 504′ river frontage. Two parcels purchased together listed at $650,000 (5.75 ac. lot separately listed for $175,000). SALE of this property would require state-approved septic replacement design for house. Additional raw land available, up to 64.4 ac., non-river frontage, as well. HOUSE has great potential for further restoration and expansion. Great for grazing animals, a vacation home, small farm, B&B (w/4 bedrooms each having a dedicated bathroom), recreational, or any combination thereof. 19×45 ell needs finishing touches (heat, finished bath). It is felt that there may be possible further subdivision potential, as well, 5 ac. minimum district, with possibly one more building lot. BUYER to be responsible for any current use penalty. Part of larger property, so taxes unknown after breaking apart.