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Listed by Lynn J. Jackson and Susan Burdick of BHHS Vermont Realty Group/Vergennes
Built in 1902, this stunning home is on the Bristol historical record and has been in the family for more than 100 years. The beautiful natural woodwork, the coal fired fireplace, the hardwood floors, the grand staircase and foyer, the intricate woodworking detail throughout the house, transom windows over each bedroom door, a cherry kitchen with a pantry cupboard, a sweeping wrap around porch that is the envy of most owners, and new boiler, electrical upgrades, and foam insulated basement that has never seen water, makes this home a true gem in a beautiful Village of fantastic homes. This home maintains the original floor plan except for the kitchen which was originally 3 rooms. The third floor was renovated from an attic space to a private master bedroom suite with lots of built ins, sitting/library area, 2 walk in closets, and a 4 piece bathroom. The master opens onto a balcony looking over the backyard. The balcony is supported by steel beams that are inserted into the depth of the bedroom. A second floor office is counted in the Village bedroom count. This home is an once in a lifetime opportunity for anyone looking for a vintage home in great condition.

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