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http://www.WoodstockProperties.com - Welcome to 16 Pleasant Street in picturesque Woodstock, Vermont.

This historic house is in the heart of the Village within a short walk to shopping, restaurants, the Town Hall Theater and the Woodstock Inn with its new state of the art Spa and golf course just a few minutes away. The house was built in the early 1830s and in 2009 was carefully and completely restored by the current owner/builder providing modern amenities while retaining the authenticity of the original home.

The grounds are simply landscaped with low maintenance in mind, achieving lovely colors throughout the seasons - and privacy where needed. The walkway leading up to the front door has been relaid with the original bricks.

The Carriage House was moved to its present location to accommodate 4 contemporary garages in the main house. The interior is in its original condition. The walls are bead board which have a lovely patina. There are two additional garage bays below the two story carriage house. This building is ideal for guest accommodations as well as party barn!

All exterior walls have been built with stones salvaged from the restoration.

The front patio off the mudroom is very private and quite--a perfect, sunnyspot for an early morning cup of coffee along with the newspaper.


The front door leads into the original section of the house. Bannister and railings are original and have been restored. The hemlock floors are original. The owners have salvaged, restored and reused the two mantels, doors, hardware and trim where appropriate. New moldings and chair rails have been added to enhance the character of the living room and hallways. There is a state of the art audio/visual system throughout. An inherent charm of this house is the way the light moves from morning to afternoon.

The owners chose an open floor plan for the kitchen and dining room as they enjoy entertaining informally. Most dinners are served buffet style which is enhanced by the warming drawer. Flooring in this area is Jerusalem Gold limestone and the green granite is Costa Smeralda from the Middle East. The kitchen appliances are state of the art and would please a range of cooking skills. The wet bar includes an ice maker, fridge and wine cooler along with a copper sink. The heat is radiant as it is throughout the home.

The covered porch was rebuilt and placed to provide sun and privacy. The bricks are old although not from the original house. This is an ideal place for