Benson VT Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Benson, VT is $139,900.
the county median home value of $150,500.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Benson, VT is $139,900.
Approximately 55.75% of Benson homes are owned,
compared to 11.15% rented, while
33.11% are vacant.
Benson real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Benson real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Built in 2005, but rebuilt to code two years ago is this 3,000 sq. foot home that offers a walk out lower level and would be a perfect set up for two living areas, as there are two kitchens, multiple baths and bedrooms, two living rooms and separate entrances. If you desire more sq. footage the easy walk up attic would be easy to finish off. The home offers two mud rooms, large laundry room w. adjacent utility room, spacious deck, covered porch, and 11 acres of open grounds w. small out building, that would be perfect for a couple of animals. The back drop to this property is simply stunning and this view will never get old. A newer home, acreage, a Vermont view that won't quit and true country privacy all for a very reasonable price. Seller is in the process of getting a license to sell.
PRICE REDUCED! Charming expansive Farmhouse on over 11 acres near lakes and skiing. Many updates includes: newer modern kitchen renovation, new siding with insulation, newer furnace and back roof. 3 seller-owned heat pumps helps to supplement the heat cost and provides a/c in summer. Formal dining and living rooms plus large family room enhanced by a brick fireplace. Office and Master bedroom on the first floor. Four large bedrooms on second floor with a full bath and half bath on each level. Large barn with heated workshop. Tranquil big yard and two car garage. Updates suggested by Neighborworks was completed totaling $11,000. Great home for extended family or Airbnb. Don't miss seeing this wonderful home while Vermont is at peak season for foliage!
Exquisite custom-designed farmhouse with panoramic views of the Vermont countryside. Nature abounds over the 100 acres and adjoining lands. Perfectly designed with three private bedroom suites, which boast their own stone fireplaces, this bright and airy home lends itself to limitless possibilities. The custom kitchen features Viking appliances, quartz counters and custom finishes. There is a private garden level suite which offers additional options for family or a home-based business. No detail was missed including the Buderus heating system, back-up generator, buried utilities, central vacuum and much more!! Motivated seller will consider all reasonable offers.
Home to an abundant wildlife habitat, this unique offering of 201.6+/- wooded acres features 2,900+/- ft of Lake Champlain frontage in Benson, VT. The camp-style home offers beautiful lake and rolling mountain views and would be perfect for simplistic living or a hunting/fishing lodge. Outdoors and wildlife enthusiasts will covet the diversity of habitats, landscapes, and species (animal and plant). Soil tests have proven capacity for further development, for those looking to build their family estate! A large network of trails provides easy access to various private coves and unique granite landscapes along the lake front. As well as, easy touring of the varying topography of mixed forestland and adjacent wetland in the southeast corner. Stunning views of the Adirondack mountains can be found throughout many points of the elevated woodlands. The long, well-built road with power drawn to the residence was a large investment that pays dividends in tranquility. This is the type of remote property where watching deer forage from the window while sipping morning coffee will be a regular occurrence! Zoning provides subdivision possibilities.
At the head of a hidden valley, in a Vermont farming community near Lake Champlain, lies the Stone Spirit Farm. Embraced by northern hardwood timberlands, beautiful pastures, and productive hay fields, this country estate re-establishes the old-time experiences of successful farming and modernizes sustainable living. This stunning environment provides an opportunity to pursue many possibilities; from an artist compound to a gentleman's (or gentlewoman's) farm, a retreat center, or anything in between. Conducive to creativity, Stone Spirit Farm provides ample space and facility to breathe and think freely. Classic Vermont carpentry and joinery craftsmanship is carried throughout all of the updated structures. There is a new six-bedroom main home, a three-bedroom caretaker's quarters, a one-bedroom guesthouse, and many outbuildings. Stone Spirit Farm is as fitting for an individual or small group as it is for a base of operations for an organization or business.
The extraordinary history of this old stone schoolhouse was painstakingly researched and chronicled by author and former owner of the property, Erik Barnouw in his book âœThe House with a Pastâ. During Barnouwâs quest to learn more about the building, he discovered that, built in 1826, it originally served as a church for the Mormon pioneers during their early movement west, and thereafter as a one room schoolhouse for the young town of Benson, being aptly named "The Temple Schoolhouse". Rescued from abandonment and neglect, Barnouw restored the old stone building and joined it with a well-matched addition in the 1960âs. Situated on 3.3 acres, this unique property has had many updates over years (see attached list) including 16' x 32' in-ground fiberglass pool and the additions of a matching stone-faced 2 car garage with upstairs storage and a 36âx 36â 4 stall Morton building ready for your animals or work shop. Loved for decades as the Barnouw family's summer retreat, itâs now time for this old stone schoolhouse to start a new chapter. Whether a year round home or a weekend Vermont getaway, youâll enjoy the privacy of being off the beaten path. Close enough to work in the Middlebury or Rutland region, or to so many of Vermontâs recreation opportunities, from fishing and boating just minutes away on Lake Champlain, to golfing or skiing at nearby Killington resort. Bring your own ideas on what the future holds for this historic home and come see where home could be!
From its gentle sloping roof, to richly detailed built-in cabinetry and period hardware used throughout, this turn of the century home is an extraordinary example of the design influence of the father of the American Arts and Crafts movement, Gustav Stickley. Quality materials, fine craftsmanship and pride in ownership over the years has kept this home in beautiful condition. Sided in quarter-sawn native clapboards, the home retains all aspects of its original design and charm. Inside, much of the woodwork was crafted in butternut, adding depth, warmth and character to every room. A wood cook-stove, slate farmhouse-style sink and retro style kitchen will call you back to a time where life seemed simpler and more comforting. Covered porches and screen rooms front and back provide ample space for relaxing with family and friends. From pass through cabinetry between the kitchen and dining room, a walk-in pantry in the kitchen, to closets in every room and even a cedar lined walk-in closet with deep built-in storage draws, youâll have ample storage for everyoneâs needs. Interesting features include a dumbwaiter that runs from basement to living room for a convenient way to bring up firewood and an old cistern that has been converted into a custom built wine cellar. The original carriage barn now houses 2-3 cars + yard equipment with more storage room upstairs. A slate patio area behind the ice house overlooks a well manicured yard. Slow down, relax and move to Vermont!
The post and beam residence was designed and built to take full advantage of an exceptional 43 acre land component. The long drive ensures total privacy while winding through the pastures and woodlands. Sited overlooking a classic Vermont rolling pasture with several specimen trees and a pond formed by Coggman Creek. Solitude, quiet and wildlife set the scene for a very special residence. The 3 bedroom home is an open plan with a focus on the masonry wood stove that heats the entire house while incorporating a woodburning fireplace. The use of antique soapstone sinks, soapstone counter covered apothecary and natural lighting give the home a very comfortable feel. The property is located close to Lake Champlain and enjoys easy access from all directions. The amenities are close at hand but seem irrelevant once there. A property that exudes Vermont's quality of life.
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