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Listed by Kelly Crawford of KW Vermont

This historical lakefront home boasts 6+/- oversized bedrooms with custom built-ins, 3 fireplaces, 1 woodstove insert, woodstove, large windows, high ceilings, ornate fixtures, solid wood floors and perennial gardens. It even comes with an adjoining .37 acre building lot! With some updates this lakefront property could become a Bed & Breakfast or a romantic wedding spot. The possibilities are endless with this lakefront beauty! Though not registered as a historical property this village property was formerly the Samuel Mott Inn and Tavern. It was a stop for weary travelers half-way between Burlington and Montreal and has a ballroom and a piano room. It was also a part of the underground railroad. The Owner has begun renovations on the second story and it has a newer roof. This has three foot thick walls and old woodwork that is waiting for your updates. The lakefront building lot and the home will be sold together. Listers card states 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, but there are 6 large rooms that may have formerly been used as bedrooms. There is also a bathroom on each level.

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