Antique home with a famous and diverse past – 26 South Main Street is the oldest home in Rutland and purchased by notable Reverend Samuel Williams, scholar and writer in 1790. Once an Inn and home to the Burke family of Rutland and used by the Tuttle family as cold storage for the Antiquarian Books business for many years. This home has seen many additions over the years and began with the original one story home which was added on to in the earlier years and the Carriage Barn later dating back to the 1950’s. Ample room on the first floor to have a spacious primary bedroom to accompany the newer bath with roll in tiled shower while still having a private office space, den and formal dining room. Upstairs are 4 nice sized bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Energy efficiency throughout and structural enhancemants in the basement have been added in recent years as well as modern conveniences such as a second floor laundry, dressing room and spacious en-suite bath. Fully fenced yard with space for plants, pets and grass. If you want to own a piece of Rutland history, then this is your home.
Updated on October 31, 2022 at 4:08 pm