Craftsbury Vermont Real Estate

Just 25 miles from the resort town of Stowe and 35 miles from Montpelier, Craftsbury VT offers a quiet country lifestyle in a convenient location. Craftsbury is set in Vermont’s famous Northeast Kingdom region, a destination once named as the most desirable place to visit in all of America. This quaint township is home to just over 1,100 residents, and comprises four small villages: Craftsbury Common, North Craftsbury, East Craftsbury, and Mill Village.

The Craftsbury real estate market currently offers plenty of opportunities for those interested in condos, farmhouses, or traditional homes. Many of the homes for sale feature colonial-era motifs and come with acreage. A number are also set in close proximity to The Craftsbury Outdoor Center’s 53+ miles of Nordic skiing and running trails. Thanks to the gorgeous surroundings of forests and farmlands, Craftsbury homes commonly have picturesque views from multiple rooms. There are several scenic bodies of water in the area, such as Great Hosmer Pond and the Black River.

Craftsbury has something to offer for everyone, from growing families to single retirees. By starting your house hunting with Pall Spera, you’re partnering with a team of experts who will help you find the perfect property.

CRAFTSBURY - Ready to escape to the woods of Vermont? Your very own 36 acres and an off-grid (no electricity) camp/home await you. A 50 ft. right-of-way takes you to the property with about 5 acres open land and the rest wooded. There is even a small pond. Property is square and private. Close to Route 14, Hardwick, Morrisville, and Albany. Home started out as a single-wide mobile home and has had some additions built on. This would make a great hunting camp or year-round home if you want to live off-grid. There is a drilled well and a dug well, and a private septic (condition unknown). Direct access (the road) to the ATV and snowmobile trails. A lovely piece worth looking at. This home will not qualify for FHA, VHFA, or VA loans.
Cute single story Craftsbury Common year round cottage on .25 acre. Recently renovated with large central living room with gas fireplace insert, master bedroom with double closet. Second bedroom has been used as a den with a wall of shelving and slider to screened-in back porch. There is a galley kitchen w/ upper and lower cabinets and counter on north wall. 3/4 bath with oversized one piece shower stall,, this continues to the laundry room and side door exit. There is a large shed attached to south of the house . A second free standing shed is at the back of the property with privacy fencing on easterly and southerly property lines. Attractive flower gardens all around the property and a flat open lawn behind. A wonderful easy keeper on Craftsbury Common.
You can have the best of both worlds with this historic Vermont Farmhouse that combines loads of original charm with modern upgrades on 1.17 acres in a picturesque country landscape. The first floor consists of a lovely open kitchen/dining area with plenty of cabinets and counter space, a cozy wood stove with a handmade hearth, and a large inviting living area. Also on this floor you will find the primary bedroom with french doors that open out to the side deck, and a gorgeous full bath that includes a custom tile shower with two shower heads, double sinks, and soaking tub overlooking the peaceful backyard. Upstairs you will find two spacious bedrooms, a half bath, and another bedroom or area that could be used as a guest suite as it has it's own separate entrance. The beams in this home are not only beautiful, but also structurally sound. Intricate details can be found throughout the home to include a door from a 200 year-old house and wood from an old horse stall. This home can also be heated via the Rinnai propane heater. Conveniently located between Newport and Morrisville for for ample employment/dining/retail options. For recreation, head down the road to the Craftsbury Outdoor Center, or travel a little further to Jay Peak about 30 miles away for world class skiing, championship golf, and the largest indoor waterpark in the Northeast. The VAST trail is just across the street, so don't forget your snow machines!
Enjoy your own 5.09 acre 3 bed/2 bath retreat while staying close to the center of town. The house over looks a small pond, established gardens, fruit trees, and outbuildings including a garage, storage shed, and small barn with roof-mounted solar panels. In addition to the solar power, the dwelling's southern orientation benefits from sun exposure throughout the day. Solar panels have provided 80-85% of the property's electric needs for the past two years. Foundation is earthship. Social kitchen with breakfast bar that opens to a large dining/living space with sliding door access to the wraparound porch, 1/2 bath, mudroom on the main floor. Current owners built a tasteful addition to the back of the main floor with a kitchen pantry/annex area as well as two 11x15.5' rooms. Finished walkout basement has laundry room with shelving, two 10x26' bedrooms with radiant floor heat and natural light from south-facing windows, and a full bath. Outbuildings include garage with storage space above, recent barn with two stables, and a small screened in shed recently used as a farm stand. ROW access to dug well on adjacent lot. A lovely home and property for those who love being surrounded by the outdoors, appreciate modern upgrades including solar power and brand new efficient hot water system, and proximity to the Craftsbury Outdoor Center, Sterling College, Craftsbury schools, and all the town and area have to offer. Showings begin 7/5.
Here is a unique opportunity to own a Governor's Mansion richly steeped in Vermont history! The original farmhouse portion of this home was owned by US Representative & 12th governor of Vermont Samuel Crafts, son of one of the founders of the town of Craftsbury, Ebenezer Crafts. The 56th governor of Vermont, Horace Graham then expanded the home from the 1920s-1940s, leaving much of the original farmhouse untouched while designing the larger front portion in a more ornate, Queen Anne style. Special features such as embellished woodwork, Curley maple door frames, mixed hard wood pocket door and staircase are a Craftsman's dream. Highlight these exceptional touches in your renovation of this gorgeous home to merge contemporary conveniences with the beauty and style of yesteryear. With over 3100 sq ft of living space, five bedrooms and 1 1/2 baths, as well as a summer kitchen boasting a sink reminiscent of the era, the possibilities of this historical home are endless. Nestled among mature maples and apple trees on 5.5 acres with spectacular views, the newer portion of the home boasts long porches running around the sides and a tower overlooking the road. This is a phenomenal opportunity to own a piece of true Vermont history, all in a picturesque setting. This is a wonderful home for history buffs and anyone who appreciates unique, adorned and well-crafted features in a classic home!
Exquisite ranch style living at it's best! Lovely home offering gracious floor plan. The primary suite with windows that overlook the lovely gardens, master bath with granite countertops, two bedrooms in the finished lower level with full bath, large living area with brick fireplace, which also supplements the heat with a blower/fan, and bookcase that graces one wall. Upon entering the home you'll find a large foyer straight through to the sunny deck and flowering gardens where you can enjoy lounging to watch the many hummingbirds and one of the most beautiful views of the Black River you'll find from the comforts of your home. Spacious dining room with built in cabinets, Gourmet kitchen with all the room you need to prepare for entertaining and also offers breakfast nook and huge pantry area. Expansive open meadows and woods to create walking trails. Close to all that the Northeast Kingdom has to offer including Craftsbury Outdoor Center for cross country skiing and snow shoeing and Caspian Lake for swimming and boating.
Back on the market after Covid a home for all-seasons. Filled with natural light & beauty. An artistically and thoughtfully constructed home sitting just beyond a distinguished apple tree dominating the front lawn; 171 diverse acres-meadows, fields, woods, spring-fed pond, wildlife, and mountain vistas visible throughout the main & guest houses. Antique English oak doors punctuate the entry. A graceful old-world feel accompanies the panoramic views. Architectural detail punctuates the estate. Windows open every room to the surrounds. Spacious living areas, both indoor & out, are havens for hearty entertaining. The sophisticated great room has stately stonework and opens with 6 balcony doors for fresh air access to the beauty. The stonework around the residence adds serenity and timelessness to the dramatic scenes. Generous bedrooms, plus additional bedrooms and a sauna, populate the guest house; the master suite: an aerie accessible by stairway or elevator. Relax in the roomy pub, warm by a fire, and enjoy the game area, or step outside to the bocce court, in-ground pool, or fireplace. Follow an idyllic path to a large barn w/office, work, & storage areas; continue up the road to a woodland chapel and then up to a picnic pavilion & open space perfect for family games & gatherings. 45 min. to downhill skiing, 5 min. to the Outdoor Ctr. for Xcountry skiing, world-class sculling, biking, and hiking. Convenient to Montreal's airport, museums, and dining.

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