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Listed by Dave White of OwnerEntry.com
Colonial timber frame “Swallow House” built circa 1810 located in Brownsville Village, Vermont. Systems renovated from roof to foundation, including kitchen, garage, radiant heat throughout, two propane stoves, insulation, and foundation. Main bedroom on first floor with attached office space. Three bedrooms and second bathroom on second floor of generous size. Two attic spaces and renovated basement offer substantial storage space, which is excluded from living space of 2,380 square feet. Located at the base of Mount Ascutney that offers ample access to hiking, biking, and ski trails in walking distance maintained by Ascutney Outdoors Association, a great location for outdoor enthusiasts. Brownsville Butcher and Pantry across the street offers local artisanal food, butcher shop, and a delightful deli. Private sale by motivated seller, reasonable offers will be considered.

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