This landmark brick farmhouse with a wood clapboard el is ideally located close to town and just down the street from the neighborhood market. Built around 1830 by the Trow Family in what is known as the Trow Hill area of Barre Town. Wonderful historic details will meet you at every turn. This home has been lovingly maintained and updated. The kitchen was recently renovated with new cabinetry, stone countertops, an island with butcher block top and stainless steel appliances. A cozy Vermont Castings woodstove is well located in the kitchen. A den connects to a sunroom additon that opens to a large level yard with blueberry bushes, apple, pear and cherry trees and a swimming pool. A formal dining room, classic entry foyer, large living room with a traditional fireplace plus a master bedroom, three quarter bath and generous laundry room are all on the main level of this home. Upstairs you will find three bedrooms, a large bathroom, walk through study or office with a skylight and an enormous studio. The studio has cathedral ceiling, large windows, propane heater and separate outside entrance with its own stairway. The attached two car garage is convenient and a photovoltaic solar array mounted on the back roof enhances energy efficiency.