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Lovely four bedroom home located in the historic district of Rutland City. This antique home has been restored and made accommodating over the past few years into a spacious home that offers many options. Open kitchen with marble serving counter that overlooks a large living room with a wood burning fireplace. Across the center hallway there is a dining room with den and an office in the front section of the house. There is a roll in shower on the first floor with radiant heat. The second floor master bedroom suite consists of a bedroom with western exposure, a remodeled bathroom and an expansive dressing room with washer and dryer at your finger tips. Three other bedrooms and two bathrooms complete this second story. A back stairway, walk-in pantry and the classic hallway all add to the charm and rambling feel of this home. The two car garage with storage above was originally a carriage house. A fenced back yard with a large deck still leaves room for gardening. Located across the street from Art in the Park, the library, Paramount theater and dining are all within walking distance, or a short drive will get you to down hill skiing at Killington in the winter. Remodeled in 1795 for Rev. Samuel Williams, cofounder of the Rutland Herald.

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Listed by Sandi Reiber of Four Seasons Sotheby's Int'l Realty
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