Price significantly reduced! Centered on the historic village green of Haverhill Corner, the Inn overlooks the pristine Upper Connecticut River Valley and Green Mountains of Vermont. Featured in Antiques Magazine, Haverhill Corner is the quintessential New England village, picture perfect and totally devoid of commercial activity. Rebuilt in 1850 on its original stone foundation, this 10,000 sq. ft. Greek Revival building is listed in the National Register for Historic Places, and served as a stagecoach inn throughout the 1800’s. Imaginatively restored by a talented local artist, every room conveys the opulence of a bygone era. Operations have been limited to summer (3 months operation).
Fully updated 10,000 sq. ft. Greek revival structure rebuilt on original stone foundation in 1850. 8 spacious guest rooms on 2nd and 3rd floors with luxurious private baths. 2,500 sq. ft. public space on 1st floor includes two breakfast rooms, dining room, parlor, and country kitchen. 2,000 sq. ft. art gallery opens to 1.25 acres of formal gardens, lawns and lily pond. Sprinklers and commercial fire alarm system installed in 2009. Two story owners’ quarters located in adjoining 1,200 sq. ft. building. Entire property wired for cable TV and high-speed Internet access. Heating systems are zoned, and both buildings are fully insulated for year-round use.
Turnkey operation includes building, land, furniture and fixtures, equipment, business name, website, guest list, and advertising materials. Owners would be glad to provide training and assistance for whatever period required.
Updated on May 14, 2021 at 1:20 pm