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Presenting the Historic Sumner Mansion of Hartland, Vermont! Considered one of the state's finest examples of Federal architecture, the mansion was built in 1807 by architect Benjamin Asher for prominent businessman and State Legislator, David Sumner. The mansion has been a landmark of Vermont for two centuries and has been remarkably restored and maintained with no detail spared. The breathtaking entryway and great room is awe inspiring as it looks out onto the beautiful backyard patio and gardens, part of the majestic 3.3 acres situated on a low hill overlooking the village of Hartland. 5 impeccably appointed bedrooms and 5 renovated bathrooms are among the 12 rooms that make up the 4,895 square feet of the mansion. Comfortable sittings rooms, two sweeping staircases, gathering nooks, and history and charm are in every corner of this grand property. Private residence, B&B, and event venue are just a few of the possibilities for this property, placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The mansion is only 5 miles to Windsor, VT, 12 miles to Woodstock, VT, and 20 miles to Hanover, NH. The Sumner Mansion is awaiting its next chapter...! Experience a 3D tour in the "Virtual Tour" section and self guide yourself through the mansion.

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Listed by Scott Rome of Brick & Barn Real Estate Group
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