Listing courtesy of T Story Jenks from LandVest, Inc/Woodstock. ()
A handsome Federal Greek Revival built in 1831 by Joel Eaton, Three Church Street is at the heart of the picturesque village of Woodstock, voted the most beautiful town in America by Conde Nast Traveler. The house is rumored to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad and local lore has it that General Lafayette slept here. The east wing was added in the 1860s and was a recovery home for civil war veterans. Set on just under two acres with 249 feet on the Ottauquechee River, the exquisitely renovated house has maintained its historical integrity while adding modern amenities such as en-suite bedrooms and air conditioning. The two-acre property has been meticulously maintained and is in exceptional, move-in condition. It comes completely furnished and includes an in-law apartment and guest apartment. An expansive porch looks out over a private back lawn that gently slopes down to the river with views of Mt. Tom. The outdoor areas have a sense of space with the added pleasures of perennial gardens, a heated pool and fire pit. Head out the front door and walk to locavore eateries, theatre, the weekly summer farmer's market on the Green, shops and the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Historic Park with 20 miles of trails to explore on foot, by horse or snowshoes. A day of skiing at Suicide Six or Killington or gravel bike riding on the scenic dirt roads are all close by. Come home. Breathe. Relax. Rock on the porch. Cozy up by the fire. Shown by appt only with 24 hour notice
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