Built in 1905 by Clarence Wells, well-known for drawing plans for “some of nicest houses in Montpelier at the time”, and neighbor of the future owner, Dorman B.E. Kent, a prominent local Historian, writer and VHS Trustee/Librarian. Gracious 3-4 BR, 1¾ bath 2-Story residence with authentic character intact; Elegant foyer with sliding pocket French doors to parlor, formal dining room, eat-in Kitchen with walk-in pantry(9'6x6'3), high ceilings, natural hardwood trim, built-in cabinets, bookcases, solid wood doors, exposed hardwood flooring on both levels, sleeping porch, claw foot soaking tub in upstairs bath, and walk-in closets in every bedroom. Attic storage room on second floor. Outdoor enjoyment can be found on either the wrap around porch, or rear patio of granite cobblestones. Stonewall-lined stone steps, and mature trees, all on 0.22+/- acres on a low-traffic side street just a short distance from the former VCFA campus. See attached list of improvements to home since 1993, and tradespeople. Road frontage is estimated. Pins previously discovered marking corners, but currently elusive.