Listed by Re/Max North Professionals
Estimated to have been originally built in 1830, this historic cape is full of character, and was lovingly rebuilt by the owner in 1995 from the foundation up. The restoration included all new major systems such as the septic, drilled well, framing, electrical, plumbing, windows, etc. Fully dismantled to the ground, the stone foundation was rebuilt, a basement cement floor poured, and every brick recycled to reface the new wooden framed structure. This sweet cape has the feel of an old farm house, without the upkeep of an historic structure. Gorgeous soft pine floors are located throughout with the exception of tile in the entryway, kitchen, and first and second floor bathrooms. Located at the highest point in Essex, the property includes views of Camels Hump and Mount Mansfield. Surrounded by hundreds of acres of beautiful hiking and ski trails that connect to Indian Brook Nature Center and Colchester Pond. Located on a peaceful dead end road and within 30 minutes of Burlington.