Are you in search of a historic property with a touch of modern eco-friendliness? Look no further than Allenwood Farm in Plainfield, Vermont. This stunning farmhouse was built in 1827 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, making it a true piece of Vermont heritage.
But don’t let the farmhouse’s age fool you – it has been updated with state-of-the-art eco-friendly upgrades that make it a desirable property for those seeking a sustainable lifestyle. In 2015, solar panels were installed, and an air-to-water heat pump by Taco Comfort Solutions was added to provide heating, cooling, and domestic hot water with zero emissions.
The farmhouse has also been operating as a successful Airbnb before the pandemic and could easily do so again. The kitchen space dates back to 1791, adding to the property’s historic charm. Additionally, a fully renovated barn known as the “Summer House”can be used as a separate living space or another Airbnb rental, with a bedroom, bath, and open concept kitchen/dining/living area.
Several buildings on the premises have been standing since the early 1800s, including one barn and several outbuildings. The 36′ x 48′ horse barn was built in 2005 and features an insulated tack room and seven stalls. A fully insulated riding arena (72′ x 120′) was built in 2007 and features a tack room with utility sink and half bath, plus another seven stalls and grain room.
The property’s possibilities are limitless, offering tranquility with easy access to Montpelier and all that Vermont has to offer. Whether you’re seeking a sustainable lifestyle or a historic property with modern amenities, Allenwood Farm is a must-see. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to own a piece of Vermont history.
346 High Street, Plainfield, VT 05667