In 1799 a classic Cape style home was constructed in the vernacular style of the day and was proudly sited on the historic Stage Road. The 124 acres of land are pleasantly diverse. Open pasture, mature woodlands, a privately sited pond, 2 cascading brooks, ancient stonewalls and sunlit lawns contribute in creating endless opportunities for enjoyment and exploring! The original Cape portion of the structure features post and beam construction with exposed beams, a central chimney, and wide board wood flooring. An addition to the Cape created a large sunlit kitchen and a dining area with views of lawns and hillsides. Also attached to the Cape is a great room with a dramatic vaulted ceiling. In 1940 the well respected artist, Sanford Ross, purchased the property and utilized this great room as an his artist studio. Of note, while the structure is certainly of historic value there are not restrictions on a new owner renovating or remodeling any portion of the interior or exterior of the buildings. The components of the original Cape easily draw your thoughts back to those early Vermont settlers who built homes to stand the test of time! The land component demonstrates those early settlers innate ability to chose settings with timeless appeal! The existing structures will require updating to meet current day expectations. The location and the land component justify further investment in the property. Bring your creative thoughts for the home and take the time to explore the land!