Brookfield VT Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Brookfield, VT is $315,000.
the county median home value of $167,500.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Brookfield, VT is $315,000.
Approximately 66.62% of Brookfield homes are owned,
compared to 9.72% rented, while
23.65% are vacant.
Brookfield 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 Brookfield real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Escape to the country! Situated along a winding, Vermont country road, this newer rustic cabin offers a woodland retreat on a 5.1 acre pastoral lot. A simple open layout with living room and gas stove. Detached barn offers some sheltered storage. There is a large pasture with plenty of room for horses and various types of farm animals plus room for all types of gardening! The property is located near Allis State Park and offers many recreational choices inclusive of local county roads for hiking, walking or biking. A few miles to I-89; Gifford Memorial Hospital & the State Capital in Montpelier; this home is ideally located for full-time or vacation use.
1800's Cape Farmhouse located in the beautiful RT 14 East Brookfield Valley on 0.50 acres of open land. The first floor of the farmhouse has been mostly updated and the upstairs has great potential to be finished off. The home has a large eat in kitchen, 2 bedrooms, large living room with hand hewn beams, and great enclosed back porch. Downstairs has replacement windows, forced HA oil furnace, and newer electric HW tank. Located in the heart of active farmland and farms. Convenient Location!!!
Meticulous home offering a family room w/ vaulted ceiling, spacious decks with view, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, pine and oak flooring, plus privacy on 26.9 acres.
Lake frontage on Sunset Lake. Enjoy summer fishing, swimming, and kayaking. Enjoy the annual ice harvest near the historic floating bridge. Enjoy quiet times on the deck or hike the property, opportunity for outdoor recreation is bountiful. Small home with lake views. Rare opportunity to own property on Sunset Lake in the thriving Brookfield pond village community.
Located on the property is a 2 500 SF, 3 bedroom, 2 Â½ bath single family home which was updated as recently as 2007 and was occupied by the congregationâs pastor until just last year. The property also includes a large 9 000 SF, three story barn which was renovated in 2009 to provide for a large foyer and multiple bathrooms. There are a wide range of potential uses for this facility, especially for someone handy. The lower level of the barn features an overhead door as well as upgraded plumbing and electrical, providing the perfect opportunity for a potential purchaser thatâs looking to turn the space into a workshop or commercial property. The septic system on the property has been significantly upgraded to allow for occupancy of up to 136 people. The property encompasses over 14 acres of beautiful Vermont acreage spanning both sides of the street and is conveniently located along Ridge Road between exits 4 and 5 on Interstate 89. Just to the north on Ridge Road is the quaint Town of Brookfield, well known for its historic floating bridge, and just to the south is the Town of Randolph, a vibrant community with a cultural center, hospital, and many essential services.
Escape to the Vermont countryside and bring everyone. Two separate houses, a 2007 timber-frame home and an 1840s farmhouse, rest on an 80-acre farm with a river running through it and gorgeous valley views. The main house provides comfortable and sustainable living with solar panels, geothermal heating and cooling, and a custom-built masonry heater. The farmhouse can shelter groups large and small, a caretaker, or generate income as a bed and breakfast, vacation rental, or long-term lease. More income comes from sixty acres of timber currently under a forest management plan. Keep horses, sheep, or cows on eight acres of fenced pasture with a two-story barn for hay storage or winter housing. Press cider from your apple orchard; boil maple syrup from your sugarbush; or pick blueberries, currants, and raspberries from your perennial beds. Enjoy all that Vermont has to offer, every season, from this central location.
How may I help you?
Get property information, schedule a showing or find an agent