102 Brown St., Rutland, VT
This reduced Vermont fixer upper has great curb appeal! The exterior reminds me of the home my parents had on historic Willow Street in Islip, New York, after they became empty nesters. I love the gingerbread front porch and the attic window of this circa 1880 four-bedroom, two-bath dwelling. The inside is reminiscent of our collective grandma’s house, chock full of varying wallpapers, teapots and mail everywhere. It has a certain charm, however, despite the busy-ness. Note the original front door, hall wainscoting, beautiful staircase original interior doors and bullseye moulding. More wainscoting appears in the kitchen and original lighting fixtures are in almost every room. How about that clawfoot tub, butler’s pantry and lovely stained glass window? And is that Lincrusta I spy on the parlor ceiling?
As per the realtor: “REDUCED PRICE!!! Great two story, four bedroom, two bath home is priced to sell. This property features a living room, parlor, dining room and kitchen with a walk-in pantry. Beautiful stained glass window in the dining room. The 3 bedrooms and master bedroom with full bath and walk-in closet complete the second level. Open front and back covered porches. Being Sold “As Is”
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