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$749,900 17.8 acres 2 Beds | 2 Baths | 2352 sqft
11 Cilley Hill Rd, Jericho, VT 05465 - Chittenden County

17.8 acres Jericho, VT

Freedom Farm! Working 31 stall horse property with a strong financial history. Known for their fun horse shows, camps, and riding lessons.Beautifully kept and maintained grounds. Lush pastures that can support a full barn, with attractive fencing.80X200 indoor ring with new footing 2013 and newly built 200X14 hay storage attached, a 255X300 outdoor ring with an irrigation system to keep the dust down, as well as a 250X300 outdoor jumping ring, boarder lounge. Easy access for water to all pastures, some with automatic waters. Large home attached to the barn, perfect for someone that wants to live at their farm. Improvements include - new roof, water line system and new hay loft floor in 2011. Beautifully finished master suite with his and he
$277,000 2.5 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1639 sqft
19 Orr Road, Jericho, VT 05465 - Chittenden County

2.5 acres Jericho, VT

NEW PRICE -Adorable single level 3 Bedroom with 2 full bath Ranch on 2.5 acres in great location in Jericho. Enter the Mudroom off 2 car garage into the open Kitchen plus dining space with Glass slider to back deck. Wood doors with wood trim throughout. Master bedroom with oversized closet and attached full bath. Finished space in basement for extra family area plus lots of storage with bulk head to outside. A must see family home close to Jericho Market and country store. Easy commute to Essex and Burlington.
$255,000 2.18 acres 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1946 sqft
36 Barber Farm Road, Jericho, VT 05465 - Chittenden County

2.18 acres Jericho, VT

This historic home in Jericho may be the oldest home built by its early settlers, and is certainly one of the oldest, constructed in the 1800 to 1820 time frame. It's a post and beam home, with vertical plank walls under the siding. A major renovation in 1996 was undertaken to save the house, with a new foundation (poured concrete) under the back section of the home, a new standing seam metal roof, updated electrical and plumbing, a new heating system, new drilled well and septic system. New windows were installed, and a new chimney built with two flues, one for the heating system and the other for a woodstove (the owner has never burned wood). Some of the walls in the home are original plaster walls, some are sheetrock installed during the