The Eddy House c. 1850 Marking the southwest corner of the Newfane Village Historic District , this two and a half story , wood framed and clapboarded house presents to Main Street a broad four bay east gable front. As in the case of several other houses in the historic district, a Gothic Revival style porch with bracketed slotted posts span the facade in five bays A one -and-a-half story shed wing projects from the rear (west) of the house.This handsome Village Colonial is being offered for the first time in many years. It is currently being used as a multi-family, but may be returned to a spacious, in town residence with a little TLC. The tenants pay all utilities, except for taxes, insurance, and a few repairs. Each unit has washer/dryer hook up, and separate utilities. This is a great location, in one of the most beautiful Southern Vermont Villages around. Close to The Four Columns Inn, The Fat Crow, Fayetteville Antiques, and the Newfane Market. A twenty minute commute to Brattleboro. 2.5 hrs. Boston, 3.5 hrs. Montreal & NYC. Also listing as single family #4828809.
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