Newbury VT Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Newbury, VT is $150,500.
the county median home value of $167,500.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Newbury, VT is $150,500.
Approximately 55.1% of Newbury homes are owned,
compared to 16.88% rented, while
28.02% are vacant.
Newbury 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 Newbury real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
An equisite turn-key offering. As if well over 250 acres weren't enough, here's a gorgeously renovated 1776 farmhouse perched high above the Connecticut River with one of the most beautiful insulated 12 foot door oversize garages with a loft you've ever seen, a large post and beam barn, large level meadow just south of the house with an apple orchard and blueberry bushes. Another budding orchard east of the house over Route 5 with a long, nearly completely level paved driveway. Stunningly and tastefully renovated post and beam (including some gunstock posts) beauty with high end radiant heate d floors on both floors, glass showers, quartz and granite counters, Thermador oven range, Liebherr Stainless fridge with integrated wine cooler, kitchen island with wood panel dishwasher and a beautiful living room wood stove. 4th bedroom or (currently) office on main, SE master overlooking the Ct River and expansive views into New Hampshire and majestic Mount Moosilauke. The joinery astounds. Southern exposure, bring your four wheeler with tracks to drive the two or so mile mountainside trail with an amazing plateau to build a camp with spectacular view potential. Skin up, tele down or put in your own lift and establish a private ski area to take this diamond higher. This is Vermont, historic and ripe for so many uses. Bring cattle, pigs, or chickens for the classic window clad coop. Two hundred forty five years of polished history. Going once. Going twice. Going BIG.
Connecticut River Valley Compound: At the end of the road where the Bedell Bridge use to span the Ct. River between VT and NH this historic property is the site of the Toll House for river crossings. Expanded to three bedrooms the Toll House sits high above on the River's edge with a large deck overlooking 250' of river frontage and NH farm land across. A separate carriage house offers guests a separate cozy house with cathedral ceilings and garage. Add 2.84+- acres of fields with barn for horses or pets and you a have a one of a kind property.
Excellent craftsmanship abounds throughout this light-filled home. Enter the foyer and be greeted with arched doorways and rounded walls. Enjoy watching the roaring fire from the field stone fireplace in the living room. The large kitchen and dining area with a walk-in pantry and beautiful cobalt blue sinks is perfect for family gatherings and entertaining. Two bedrooms with a full bath and a half bath round out the first floor. The upstairs master suite is delightful space, complete with a walk-in closet large enough to also use as office space. The master bath includes a shower and a whirlpool tub. From the balcony, enjoy the view of the distant mountains. Beautiful country setting, only 3.4 miles from Route 5. Sign on property.
Looking for a great Vermont getaway? Here is a seasonal camp perfect for hunting, hiking, snowmobiling, kayaking or just getting away from it all. This two bedroom camp has everything you need: power, cell service, electric heat, wood stove, drilled well, two car garage, barn and 35 acres to explore. The land is mostly wooded with a brook running through the property. Located just a few miles from I-91, and town amenities on a shared private road with deeded access to Tenney Pond. Being sold "As Is"
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