About This 1843 Greek Revival For Sale In Orwell Vermont
Brookside with it’s 236 acres of productive agricultural land and well maintained woodland is on the National Register of Historic Places not only for it’s superlative 1843 Greek Revival residence but for the continuous stewardship of this national treasure. Starting in the 1770’s, Brookside has contributed significantly to the development of Vermont as an agricultural leader with it’s Merino sheep and Morgan horses. It continues it’s heritage today with it’s Belted Galloway beef and breeding stock.
The 6 bedroom residence, 4 bedroom guest house and all requisite ancillary structures makes for one of Vermont’s finest historic farms. The historical architectural significance of the manor house has been well documented in countless books and magazines. The extraordinary design and construction using locally harvested woods is in a remarkable state of preservation with most all original fabric intact.
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