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4124 sq. ft.
In classic New England fashion, this beautifully maintained brick home with a 2007 ell addition sits elegantly among 4.45 acres on Cider Mill Road looking over Middlebury College and on to the Green Mountains. The original brick house was built by Thomas Landon, a Connecticut farmer, in the early 1800's. The rear ell was completely rebuilt in 2007 by local contractor, Jack Sheehan. Designed by Connor Homes, with input from the homeowners, the redesign of the space dovetails perfectly with the original house and was executed with style and precision. As you walk through the home you'll see five fireplaces, all of which are lovely heat sources, restored to working order by the current owners. The main house is graced with working kitchen (cherry cabinets, exposed beams, marble countertops) open to the family room and large dining room. A den/study at the opposite corner provides a warm and cozy spot to curl up with a good book or glass of wine! The master bedroom and bath are luxurious and spacious with a walk-in closet, full bath with pedestal soaking tub and marble shower, built-in drawers and a south facing nook offering incredible views! The family room at the rear of the house was rebuilt with vertical boards removed from the barn during restoration and is adorned with a fireplace and antique chandeliers. From there walk outside onto the Panton stone patio, out to the pond (12' deep with a sandy beach) and established gardens all overlooking the Green Mountains!
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