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Listed by Ben Reed of Four Seasons Sotheby's Int'l Realty
This beautiful home has a lot of character and history. Lorenzo K. Quimby was a local business man who owned several lumber mills. He spent seven years selecting and collecting the perfect wood for his future home. In 1867 he commissioned the architect George Ropes Jr., who also designed Thompson Hall, the original main building for Lyndon Institute. Throughout the years, this home has been updated for modern living, while still keeping the charm a home of this stature deserves. Enjoy the high ceilings, ornate plaster moldings, and superb craftsmanship. Recently removed rugs have uncovered some of the original wood flooring Quimby had spent so long hand picking! The property also includes a large carriage house that could be used for storage or as a possible additional living space with some renovations. Additionally, easy access to the highway, school choice, and private backyard make this a must see. Call to schedule your private viewing today!

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