Listing provided by Ernest Begin, Begin Realty Associates
SCOTTISH RUBBLESTONE FARMHOUSE built about 1796 by William Glickerson for his bride, it is thought to be the one of only 4 in the region and it is considered to be the largest and best preserved. Perfectly nestled on a country hillside in Barnet, home of many Scottish immigrants, this home has many original features--but it needs some TLC. 19 acres, views, outbuildings, minutes from St. Johnsbury, this home is waiting for the ambitious homeowner who wants to restore it to it's original stature. Attached caretakers apartment has 2 bedrooms. Home is registered on National Register of Historic Homes
|Last Updated||6/29/2020||Year Built||1796|
|School District||Caledonia Central|
|Elementary School||Barnet School|
|Jr. High School||Barnet School|
|BASEMENT||Concrete, Concrete Floor, Full, Interior Access, Stairs - Interior, Unfinished, Yes|
|LOT DESCRIPTION||Country Setting, Field/Pasture, Mountain View, Rolling, Sloping, View|
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