Listing provided by Tyleen Murray, Kelley Real Estate, Inc.
The Oliver Tarbell House has appreciated by the Van Schaik family since 1953. They are now seeking a successor for their Brick Federal home. Set back from the road, this home is offered on 32 acres with a barn up behind the house. The family has improved the home over the years with oak flooring, stainless chimney liners in all 5 fireplaces, and the beginning of preservation of the original wall stenciling that was in each of the bedrooms, the hall, and stairway. The house is listed in the Vermont Historic Division 1974 survey of historic structures as eligible for the National Register of Historic Places and is thought to date from 1831.
|Last Updated||3/26/2020||Year Built||1831|
|BASEMENT||Dirt Floor, Unfinished, Yes|
|LOT DESCRIPTION||Agricultural, Conserved Land, Farm, Pond Site|
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