Victory VT Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Victory, VT is $96,600.
the county median home value of $113,100.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Victory, VT is $96,600.
Approximately 45.16% of Victory homes are owned,
compared to 1.07% rented, while
53.76% are vacant.
Victory 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 Victory real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Mountain and pastoral views surround this Cape style farmhouse with acreage on both sides of a dead end road. The house features a first floor bedroom with adjoining bath, an eat in kitchen, a first floor laundry and a whole house generator. Next to the house is a refurbished 28 x 40 barn with electricity. Walk across the road to your 60 x 30 horse barn with a tack room, five 11 x 12 box stalls and an over sized foaling stall. There is a fenced in pasture with an in and out and a large sand based paddock. All of this is located in a beautiful country setting. School choice.
This fine Timberpeg home provides the seclusion, privacy and the setting that is difficult to find in today's market. Incredible views of the White Mountains, with Mt. Washington in the middle, make it ideal for enjoyment and relaxation. Thousands of acres of protected lands at you door for your outdoor pursuits. Wood beams, vaulted ceiling and lots of glass provide a warm, cozy feeling to this spacious home. A spectacular heated sunroom, oriented to make the most of the views and sun exposure, can also serve as a greenhouse. Enjoy the large slate patio, wonderful plantings of apple, lilac, and ornamental smoke trees, and raised flower and vegetable beds. Add a heated basement garage and detached 2-car garage to store the toys and get your vehicles out of the elements. Easy access to VAST and Vermont Horse Council trails plus open roads to ATV use provide ultimate recreational use. Put this on a dead-end, town-maintained road and you have what might be considered the ultimate in rural living while being only 6.5 miles from Route 2, a few miles further to Interstate 93 and about 20 miles to East Burke for skiing and mountain biking. Commercial dog kennels on property are removable, or keep them to use with dogs or small livestock to create a homestead. Seller is motivated.
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