Orwell VT Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Orwell, VT is $223,500.
the county median home value of $220,600.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Orwell, VT is $223,500.
Approximately 62.2% of Orwell homes are owned,
compared to 12.13% rented, while
25.67% are vacant.
Orwell 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 Orwell real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
A horse lovers dream!! This 7,800+ sq. ft. barn features stalls for 7~10 horses, a 60`x52` indoor arena as well as a 60`x72` area for stalls, a tack room, garage area and hay loft. Outdoor paddocks and room enough for a harness track. Riding trails, pastures, hay & woodland and even a small orchard and a couple other small out buildings complete this lovely horse farm. Enjoy sunrises from the deck of your cozy three bedroom 1 1\2 bath log home. With 47 acres, the options for what you can do with this property are not just limited to horses. Perfect homesteading property. Plenty of room for a sprawling garden, maybe you could even start your own CSA. Not into horses, well this lends itself well for any other type of livestock such as alpacas, lamas, sheep or beef cows. Bring your animals, bring your love of the outdoors and come see where home could be!!!!
If you love older homes, you're really going to love this one! Sitting just a short distance off a paved road, this beautiful farmhouse is just minutes from the village center. Hemenway Hill is a peaceful back road with great views of both the Adirondacks and the Green Mountains. With over 3,000 sq. ft of living space, this spacious farmhouse has full bathrooms on both floors, a large bedroom downstairs and 4 more large bedrooms upstairs, providing all the space you need for family and guests. What's the one thing all VT homes need and few have? A mudroom! Here, this is not just a small space to kick off your boots, but rather a 15' x 13' room with large closets for all your outdoor gear and more. From the eat-in kitchen, step out onto the covered front porch or the side deck and sit and enjoy the mountains views or look out over the large open meadow, which could easily be fenced in for horses or other livestock. The country style dining room features hardwood floors, a built in corner hutch, a wagon-wheel light and plenty of room for a large dining room set. You'll find original pocket doors separating the living room from the study. Outside, you'll find a great garden plot, a 24' above ground pool and a beautiful old barn that completes this traditional farmhouse homestead. So much home with so much charm! Just 25 minutes south of Middlebury. Come see where home could be!
This 269 acre tract of land in beautiful Addison County, Vermont offers spectacular long range mountains views from multiple locations, a beautifully renovated 1850âs three bedroom farmhouse, an old dairy barn along with several other outbuildings, and a way of life you just canât find anywhere else. As the 3rd generation of their family to live here, the current owners began their extensive renovations in 2003, stripping the house down to the original post and beams. Old became new as they added all new plumbing, wiring, installation, windows - everything! The original post and beams were left exposed, adding instant character and warmth. With an open concept, granite counters, cherry cabinetry, and a large center island the kitchen serves as heart of the home. The laundry area, master bedroom and large full bath are on the first floor, while upstairs you find two more comfortably sized bedrooms. With a mixture of open tillable meadows, pasture lands and timberland â“ this property offer so many opportunities. Most of the open fields are currently leased out for croplands, but with a well-designed subdivision plan, these same acres could make several highly sought-after house sites with unbelievable views! The wooded acreage offers endless recreational options. Many old logging roads throughout make for great hiking, horse-back riding, ATV riding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing or hunting. Donât miss this rare chance to own one of the finest large parcels of land in the area.
Haven at East Creek is aptly named as it abuts the East Creek Wildlife Management Area - a haven for wildlife and migratory waterfowl. The 114 acres includes 50 acres of organic fields and fenced pasture and 64 acres of woodlands that are enrolled in Vermont's Current Use tax abatement program. The 2,763 sf 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 2 story post and beam Cape overlooks the East Creek with beautiful views from almost every room. The main living area features an open floor plan with a huge Panton stone fireplace, dining area and chef's kitchen with high end appliances and granite counters. The 3 season porch and adjoining wrap around deck are perfect for morning coffee or enjoying summer evenings under the stars. The 2 car attached garage has a finished bonus room above for guest overflow. A propane heated glass greenhouse is just off the mudroom. The separate 2 story barn was constructed in 2005 and has its own septic approved for a 2 bedroom apartment and has room for animals and workshop below. Paddlers and anglers alike will enjoy the wood dock which allows easy access to East Creek. Orwell is 22 miles from Middlebury College and under 10 miles to the Ticonderoga ferry dock. Don't miss this incredibly private special retreat.
Brookside with itâs 236 acres of productive agricultural land and well maintained woodland is on the National Register of Historic Places not only for itâs superlative 1843 Greek Revival residence but for the continuous stewardship of this national treasure. Starting in the 1770âs, Brookside has contributed significantly to the development of Vermont as an agricultural leader with itâs Merino sheep and Morgan horses. It continues itâs heritage today with itâs Belted Galloway beef and breeding stock. The 6 bedroom residence, 4 bedroom guest house and all requisite ancillary structures makes for one of Vermontâs finest historic farms. The historical architectural significance of the manor house has been well documented in countless books and magazines. The extraordinary design and construction using locally harvested woods is in a remarkable state of preservation with most all original fabric intact.
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