In the News: 19th-Century Farmhouses for Sale

TheWeekThere’s something special about a home that has lived for well over 100 years. With lots of TLC, many find a passion in restoring history to blend with today, to meld and keep the past alive. Living in New England, we’re fortunate to see some amazing restorations. A difficult task but The Week recently selected their top 6 picks of these super-centenarian homes, two of which are represented by LandVest.


Farmhouses blog: Glenmorgan, Woodstock, VT
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Glenmorgan in South Woodstock, VT is like stepping into a bygone era. One can only imagine the grand gatherings of yesteryear….. As the current owner said, “I was trying to imagine the owners in the past. The place has a real presence. It’s not formal, but it does have a feeling of provenance. It is very much a Vermont property and a farm, and feels welcoming too.”

Eastman Hill Stock Farm

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Farmhouses blog: Eastman Hill Stock Farm, Lovell, ME

As for the Eastman Hill Stock Farm in Lovell, ME, this iconic Gentleman’s Farm was indeed once a “stock farm” raising award-winning cattle and horses. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and with conservations in place, the buildings and surroundings are meticulously kept and reflect the days of yore.

For more information on Vermont properties, please contact Story Jenks or Ruth Kennedy Sudduth. John Saint-Amour in the Portland, Maine office can provide information from Southern Maine & Greater Portland to the Midcoast to the Lakes & Mountains of Maine.