Historic In-Town Woodstock

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Sited on a prime half acre parcel which fronts the Ottauquechee River and adjoins Woodstock's scenic covered bridge, Governor Washburn House is named for Peter Thacher Washburn, Vermont's 31st governor. Described in the National Historic Register as "a superb example of an austere Greek Revival block," this home enjoys substantial 1993 addition and subsequent comprehensive renovations combining beautiful antique detailing and marvelous modern function. Front entry opens to cathedral ceilings, finely crafted stairs and multi level windows providing wonderful light. LR with marble fireplace features high ceilings and crown moldings with French doors opening to the private rear porch. DR offers a fireplace, coffered ceilings, and generous proportions. Kitchen with fireplace includes dining area, generous work island and high-end appliances. Upstairs are luxurious master suite with fireplace, 3 family bedrooms sharing 2 baths. Lower level has a family room/BR, utilities and storage.

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Listed by John Snyder of Woodstock Office
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