Abandoned c.1824 Second Empire Victorian Mansion’s Exterior Dramatically Restored in Vermont (PHOTOS)

Abandoned c.1824 Second Empire Victorian Mansion’s Exterior Dramatically Restored in Vermont

2958 Route 125, Cornwall, Vermont, United States, 05753

A landmark Second Empire Victorian mansion on Route 125 in Cornwall, Vermont has had its exterior dramatically restored. The last known listing reveals the home being built in 1824 and sitting on a nearly 80 acre property in Cornwall, Vermont. It was once part of the Foote Farm and the previous owners restored the once derelict exterior to its original splendour. The cupola was rebuilt with a deck area on the room, all new Marvin thermal pane windows were installed, the roof was repaired and the foundation reappointed. Perimeter drains for proper drainage were also installed around the house while a new floor and subfloor were laid down on the first floor. According to an old listing, the interior was ready to be finished and much of the original trim woodwork was on-hand and ready to be installed. The property is last recorded as selling in 2018 for $255,000. It’s unknown if the interior has been restored. 

 

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