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Listed by Michael Johnston of Coldwell Banker Hickok and Boardman

Opportunity Knocks! Here is a rare opportunity to own an historic property overlooking Lake Champlain. The Cape-style house was built in 1790. The original wide-pine floors, hand-forged nails, exposed timber-frame beams, hand-planed paneling, and many built-in cupboards remain intact. It is a gold mine for anyone who dreams of renovating a unique pre-American Revolution structure so that it retains its history yet embraces the 21st century. The house is situated on 7.5 acres and includes a remarkable dairy barn built in the gunstock-style construction that was so popular before the 1820's. Other noteworthy features are a patio on the west side of the house, a two-car attached garage with a bonus room above it, four upstairs rooms, and stunning views of Lake Champlain and New York State. Vergennes and all of its small-city amenities is just 10 minutes away, tennis, golf, and dining are at nearby Basin Harbor Club, and cycling, fishing, and watersports are just outside the front door. The opportunities are truly endless for anyone who simply wants to enjoy a farmhouse overlooking the lake, or who possesses a vision of what this property could become.

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