Tunbridge VT Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Tunbridge, VT is $575,000.
the county median home value of $167,500.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Tunbridge, VT is $575,000.
Approximately 59.57% of Tunbridge homes are owned,
compared to 14.59% rented, while
25.84% are vacant.
Tunbridge 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 Tunbridge real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Tunbridge has been a sought after destination since its founding in 1761. Following the banks of the First branch of the White River, it was a natural location for milling industries. Sheep farmers were plentiful, enticed by the verdant hills. Today folks are drawn to Tunbridge for serenity, fresh air, and the beautiful countryside. Savor the drive along picturesque Whitney Hill, a quiet, well-maintained dirt road that slowly takes you away from the bustle of everyday life. The charming farmhouse, circa 1824, was built by the Whitneys, a brick mason family likely to have built many of the local homes. Lovingly cared for and updated over the years, the charm of yesteryear exists in harmony with modern amenities. The antique barn is a treasure. The lower level has an 8â ceiling and offers six oversized stalls, a wash stall with hot water, and a heated tack room with half bath. The high drive makes for easy, ground level access for loading hay and for storage. Enjoy riding through the winter in the 58âx180â light-filled indoor arena. As summer turns to fall, meander through your private apple orchard to pick homegrown treats for you and the horses. Come settle in Tunbridge like generations past. Bring your horses and maybe a few sheep. Work from home with ECFiber or make the easy drive to Lebanon/ White River Junction, Randolph, or Barre/Montpelier.
Meticulously maintained home, barn and land. This property boasts a magnificent 3 story barn. What's your use for barn.......20 tie cow stanchions still in place, plenty of hay storage, and space for many other creative options. The barn has many great possibilities and the property is easily recognized by the magnitude and maintained condition of this landmark. Easy access to main road with paved driveway. The 10+/- acre maintained back lawn that would make an ideal building spot or horse pasture with pond sits back from the main road on a small knoll. The 1786 post and beam constructed home is located in the historic town of Tunbridge, and has been lovingly cared for by the same owner for nearly 60 years. The detached 2 bay garage has shop space/home office area. The wide board floors are a work of days gone by craftsmanship, as are some of the interior doors with wooden hinges. The main floor has 2 bedrooms, kitchen, dining room, and living room. The upper level has additional space to be updated to your needs. The front covered porch beckons you to sit and enjoy a quiet moment. October 1, 2021 occupancy date.
Located in the historic town of Tunbridge Vermont, this Brick Farmhouse on 31 acres features a stunning kitchen added in 2018 featuring Cherry Cabinets, Granite Counter Tops and Ceramic Tile with Radiant Floor Heat. The rooms are tastefully updated throughout including two remodeled bathrooms along with a spacious Rec Room and mudroom. Wood flooring and an abundance of natural light enhance the character of this beautiful home. The land consists of open pasture and woods with picturesque views of the valley and surrounding hillsides. Along with the barn other exterior features include covered porches, a recently added patio as well as a concrete floor in the Workshop/Garage. Convenient drive to the town of South Royalton, Interstate 89 and other communities in Central Vermont as well as the Upper Valley Region.
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