441 S. Main Street, St. Albans
Lot: 1.5 acres
Sq Ft: 1,512
Year Built: 1860
Garage: 1 Car Detached (Barn)
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Stunning 1.5 acre property with beautiful mature trees is home to this modernized 1860’s colonial with both old world charm and new world renovations.
The gorgeous 15 x 13 kitchen was completely remodeled all the way down to the studs in 2017 with new insulation, cabinets, countertops, flooring, 9 recessed lights, and a 5’ pantry. The adjoining dining room has built in bookshelves, window seat, pellet stove, and an open pass through into the kitchen. The living and dining rooms as well as the first floor bedroom / office all have hardwood flooring. A spacious 14 x 12 mudroom addition was built in 2017 and houses the full size washer and dryer doubling as a laundry room. A newly remodeled powder room rounds out the first floor.
Upstairs, are three large bedrooms with pretty wood flooring and a very spacious 96 square foot bath along with an 8’ cedar closet. There are stairs up to the attic which could potentially be converted into a third floor room.
In addition to a full basement, there is a 28 x 26 barn which can be used for storage.
The gently sloping yard is perfect for winter sledding. The fenced in garden area is perfect for keeping the critters out. Relax on the 21’ front porch where you can enjoy spectacular sunsets along with a distant view of Lake Champlain.
Recent updates include kitchen, windows, powder room, and deck (2019), vinyl siding (2018), oil tank (2016), upstairs bath (2015), roof (2013), and septic (2006).
Another perk to this property is that the lot can be either residential or commercial.
Just a 1.3 mile walk to the shops and restaurants of downtown St. Albans and only 4 miles to beautiful St. Albans Bay as well as just a quick 30 minute drive to downtown Burlington.
*****OPEN HOUSE ON Saturday October 25th from 1:00 – 4:00 and on Sunday October 26th from 12:00 to 4:00 at 441 S. Main Street, St. Albans between Parsons Avenue and Orchard Street.
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