Listing courtesy of Kathleen Hoisington from Hoisington Realty, Inc.
One of the finest Revolutionary Period properties in Vermont completely restored under the guidance of historical consultants. The Isaac Tichenor House c. 1788 is a living masterpiece of elegant historical design graced with the finest modernizations of kitchen, baths and mechanical systems. The grounds include gardens modeled after the 1930s garden plans along with a restored clay tennis court, renewed pond and designated wetlands for a fabulous outdoor setting that frames both the Bennington Battle Monument and Mount Anthony. Historical detail, a complete list of improvements and floor plans available on request. Governor Isaac Tichenor was the third Governor of Vermont who was also Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court and a United States Senator. If you are passionate about the history of the beginning of our country and the State of Vermont you will be passionate about this house and the story that goes with it. 3-car heated garage, 5.7 acres.
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