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Description: Vermont is well-known for its vintage country homes and Diamond Hill Homestead is a prime opportunity. Close to St. Johnsbury, Lyndon and Burke Mountain, the 3-bedroom, cape house from 1855 is an eclectic mix of styles and eras from over its long history. The exposed brick walls and barnboard siding in certain rooms provide warmth and charm, and the softwood floors in most rooms are classic. Enjoy the antique windows rescued from a nearby schoolhouse as well the large, brick fireplace. The first floor includes the kitchen, combination living and dining rooms, master bedroom and full bath. Upstairs, there are two more bedrooms and a half bath that could accommodate a small shower. Extra room on the landing can be bonus sleeping space or used as a playroom or home office. An attached 2-car garage has an partially-finished 740 sq ft space above with handsome wood paneling This could be a re-imagined master suite, a yoga studio or a home-based business. Out back of the house are grand views to the east of the Passumpsic River Valley and the New Hampshire Mountains. The land is ideal for agriculture, recreation, or subdivision. The young softwood and hardwood forests work their way around a wildlife pond and a large meadow. Two streams cut through the property. Diamond Hill Homestead has been well-cared for by its current owner and can be enjoyed as a year-round or vacation home. It’s time to pursue that classic, Vermont dream on a property full of possibilities.

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