A rare opportunity to own a historic piece of property in Waterbury center, VT. The Ames homestead, built in 1880 was home to Florilla Ames for over 100 years. The Farmhouse sits proudly atop Barnes Hill Road with panoramic views to Mount Mansfield and across to Camel’s Hump. The large barn, once used for farming, is a spectacular structure. Sure to have many purposes for the new owner with its scale and two levels. The Farmhouse consists of a large kitchen, living and dining rooms, a family room with built-ins and a wall of glass doors to the west for maximum views of Mount Mansfield. Upstairs 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths and a second staircase leads to additional space that is unfinished. The property consists of approximately 40 acres with beautiful trails to cross country ski in the back. A pond just west of the house and lots of space with full sun for gardens. This is a spectacular piece of land, that can be subdivided if one chooses to do so, or restore this iconic beauty back to its historic grandeur.
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