A Historic Home for Sale in Woodstock, Vermont
For good reason, the Richmond House is one of Woodstock’s most photographed homes. This stately 1826 brick Federal is a Village landmark. Thanks to the previous direction of the late Laurence Rockefeller, a champion of Woodstock history and architecture, the house is divided into three luxurious condominiums.
The structure is sited gable end to the street behind a white picket fence on Elm Street. The address puts the property is within a few minutes’ walking distance of everything the village has to offer. One accesses the unit through the gracious front door and a foyer with a dramatic turned stairway, Unit B is the finest townhome for sale in Woodstock. Occupying the top two floors of the building, the residence is just over 3000 square feet.
Upon entry, the main floor consists of a combined living and dining room with a wood-burning fireplace. Next, there is a spacious family room and an en-suite study or bedroom also with a wood-burning fireplace. Additionally, kitchen opens onto the family room and this side of the building is illuminated by southern exposure.
Further, the hallway passage to the dining area ascends a few steps to a built-in bar that in turn opens onto a small balcony that overlooks the landscaped grounds.
The second floor features a landing with built-in bookcases, a primary bedroom suite, and an en-suite guest room. A home for sale in Woodstock is a rare find these days. What’s more, the Richmond House condominiums don’t often come up for sale, so this is a unique opportunity to own a magical piece of real estate history in the heart of Woodstock Village. To view the property video on YouTube click here and to schedule a showing, contact us. To view Higgerson Team’s additional exclusive listings click here.