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Listed by Beth Stanway of IPJ Real Estate

This Dutch style log house was built in 1820 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It was restored and rebuilt in Brandon in 1991 and put on a full concrete foundation and adorned with a standing seam roof. The home is well insulated. The first floor has a large eat-in kitchen with an island, a mudroom with built-in cubbies and a large living room with vaulted ceilings. There is also a three quarter bath on the first floor. The second floor has all three bedrooms and a bathroom with a clawfoot tub. A Vermont Castings wood stove on the first floor keeps fuel bills down, but there are also radiators warmed by the 13 year old boiler and a Rinnai propane stove. Plenty of heating options! The house sits on 2+ acres of mostly wooded land, although there are sunny flat spots for gardens. There is a detached barn/garage that has room for two cars and plenty more room for storage. There is a chicken coop ready for your feathered friends! This dead end road stops at the Green Mountain National Forest with VAST and trail access.

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