Bridport VT Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Bridport, VT is $290,000.
the county median home value of $239,300.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Bridport, VT is $290,000.
Approximately 61.21% of Bridport homes are owned,
compared to 22.1% rented, while
16.69% are vacant.
Bridport 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 Bridport real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Two homes in one! Willow Wind Farm is a bird and wildlife watcherâs paradise featuring two distinctly separate homes adjoined by a 3-car garage and long interior connecting hallway, perfect for multi-generational living or income potential, all under one roof. Enter the first home through a charming, informal cottage garden walkway that leads to the front door. The open floor plan welcomes you with boundless natural light and gorgeous mountain views in nearly every direction. The main level features hardwood floors, eat-in kitchen with granite counters, a walk-in pantry with farmhouse sink, a cozy sunroom nook, library with fireplace, and living room with a centrally located woodstove. The second home takes on a contemporary, yet cozy farmhouse style with open bookshelves, exposed beams, hardwood floors and a beautiful sunroom to take in the sunrise over the Green Mountains. Youâll enjoy the convenience this home offers with the master bedroom, full bath and laundry on the main level. This sprawling estate is framed by mature woodlands, beautiful perennials, biodiverse meadows, a pear tree orchard, and enjoys views of both the Adirondack and Green Mountains. A long-time safe haven for ground nesting birds like bobolinks and meadowlarks, it is also a registered monarch butterfly waystation. Also included is a 20-panel ground-mounted tracking solar array. Just 3 miles from Lake Champlain and a 15-minute drive to Middlebury. Truly an idyllic VT estate. Showings start 5/14/22.
This is the quintessential antique farmhouse and homestead you have been searching for. Built around 1804 and placed on a modernized cement foundation in the late 1970s. Built-in cabinetry, Rumford fireplaces, original wide plank floors, post-and-beam structure â the house retains plenty of its historic charm and has been carefully preserved. Three bedrooms upstairs: the master bedroom with a private bathroom, two others share a spacious full bathroom with a tub. Living room, dining room, private office, kitchen and a half-bath are on the main level. Gorgeous light throughout, and tranquil views of the fields and a centuries-old marker oak. The basement is a walk out onto a stone patio with spacious views and a great sense of privacy. The basement is ready to be refinished, and already has a Jotul wood-burning stove. An original stone archway is incorporated carefully into the modernized structure. This was once a working sheep-and-goat farm, the barn good for 30 sheep, with additional spaces for poultry, plus fridge and freezer in the barn. 34.4 acres of pastures with several fenced paddocks. There is also a stable for two horses and a tractor shed. Raised vegetable beds, herb garden, flower beds edged in stone, access to a small pond, and mature trees all around make this an attractive and peaceful setting.
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