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Listed by Sue Aldrich of Coldwell Banker Classic Properties
A stately Victorian that has the best location in Montpelier! Views from the gracious front porch of the iconic College Green are one of a kind and from the back porch you get fantastic views of Downtown Montpelier, The Golden Dome and the magnificent Camel's Hump and sunsets. Steeped in colorful history, this home was built by a local dry goods merchant, Thomas Marvin. Later it became the private residence of the Governor of Vermont and U.S. Senator William P. Dillingham. It also became the home for "The Dillies" or up to 24 young women attending the College and living at Dillingham Hall. Gleaming original woodwork and floors throughout, soaring ceiling heights, gorgeous molding, very generously sized rooms and beautiful halls on each level. The ornately tiled fireplace in the front parlor makes this room a cozy winter family favorite. The current owners bought this building from the College in 2004 and have made many upgrades, all while maintaining its historic elegance. Gorgeous new eat in kitchen with soapstone counter tops, an en suite master bathroom, new roof, upgraded electric and so much more. The current owners were given an award for Historic Preservation when they thoughtfully returned the home from a girl's dorm to an exquisite single family home.

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