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Armand Chevrier
Armand Chevrier
CENTURY 21 Jack Associates
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0 acres in Franklin County, Vermont

1524 Water Tower Rd, Berkshire , Vermont 05450 - Franklin County
$449,000 0 Acres
4 beds 4 Bathrooms, 1 ½ Bathroom 5066 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 5776745

Description

Price Reduced on this Berkshire, Vt. Equestrian Estate! If you're looking to start your own Equestrian farm, look no further! This property has a 5000 sq. ft. Colonial Style Home with 12 rooms, 6 bedrooms (3 very large ) & 3 1/2 bathrooms. Wide plank floors throughout the home, a large family room and brick fireplace with wood-stove insert and a parlor. Eat-in kitchen and formal dinning room. Separate living quarters on the 3rd floor studio with kitchenette & full bath. Scenic views from the home and the large deck that leads to the in-ground pool. A 35 x 70 barn with 10 stalls, a heated tack room with hot water, a 1/2 bath and storage/feed room. There's a second barn with 7 stalls, tack/storage area and hayloft. OUTDOOR & INDOOR RIDING ARENAS! A 78' x 150' Indoor Arena for year round use and a 75' x 150' Outdoor riding ring with paddocks & run in shelters. The 113 Acres consists of pasture, ponds & woodlands.

Directions

Rt 105 to Enosburgh, left onto Water Tower Road. Property on the right just after Reservoir Rd.

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Armand Chevrier
Armand Chevrier
CENTURY 21 Jack Associates

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