Historical colonial home that has been lovingly restored with river frontage in the heart of Pawlet village. The current owner has been featured on Restoration Road on the Magnolia Network and created a historically accurate replica 1800’s tavern for entertaining. Many updates done including, opening the floorplan, new second floor bathroom, exterior paint, with a sump pump and vapor barrier added in basement. First floor has formal entry, living room, updated full bathroom, dining and kitchen with office space and den with lofted ceiling and cozy brick hearth. Oil fueled boiler baseboard heat can be supplemented with wood stove insert or pellet stove. Second level features three bedrooms with an open space between, shared bathroom and a small loft. This half acre nestled next to the Pawlet Public Library and protected public lands has a shady outdoor patio framed with lilacs from Robert Frost’s residence in Bennington, a chicken coop, a veggie garden and wide open lawn that abuts the Metawee River. Centrally located, The Station, Mach’s Market, The Barn, the post office and town office are located within 3 tenths of a mile. Less than 15 miles to the conveniences of Manchester. School choice for grades 7 through 12.
Updated on September 7, 2022 at 6:11 pm