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Although Vermont's statehood was only granted 2 years prior to the construction of the General Lewis R. Morris house in 1793, this remarkable high style Georgian rivals the best houses of New England of the period. The triangular pedimented front doorway, the twelve over twelve windows with bold entablatures and the hipped roof are so beautifully proportioned as to belie the true scale of the exterior and interior spaces. Fully developed chimney breast walls with raised paneled wainscoting define each rooms intended purpose. The four bedroom residence is exceptional for it's originality and it's sensitive restoration over the previous stewards ownership. The commanding presence with beautiful views of the Connecticut River remain as they were in 1793. An apple orchard and beautiful landscaped areas add to the beauty of the property. An easy commute to the Upper Valley makes this an ideal primary or secondary residence. As period houses go, there is none finer.

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Listed by Wade Treadway of Wade I Treadway Real Estate
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