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Listed by Lori Holt of BHHS Vermont Realty Group/Montpelier
Early 1830's Cape residence at the edge of the town common, off the main road but easily accessible, in East Calais Village. Open layout, light and bright eat-in kitchen. One-level living is possible with first floor bedrooms, full bath and laundry. Two bedrooms with wide-plank softwood floors, and 1/2 bath upstairs with large landing at the top of the stairwell. Covered entry porch (10' x 6'3) plus a full-width (6' x 29' 6) covered rear porch. Workshop in the walk-out basement level. Generator-ready. Significant renovations completed throughout, over the past 30-years. Standing seam metal roof. Flat lawn, sunny spot for a garden, stone wall, historic granite fence posts. Poultry shed. Detached garage with storage overhead, has been used as a workshop in the past. Trail easement (ancient town trail) between house and brook. Boundary line for this property goes down the bank to the high water line of the Kingsbury Brook. FEMA maps would suggest that the land along the riverbank is considered flood plain. House itself appears to be located above the flood plain. $55/qtr bond fee. A truly comfortable, traditional, and casual place to call home.

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