Vermont Lake Champlain Haunted 1850's Farmhouse
by Jo-Anne M Peacock
(Shaftsbury, VT, USA)
Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 2 Floors:3.0
Square Footage: 2300
Year Built: 1850
School District: Grand Isle
Amenities: Wood Floors, Basement, Bonus/Great Room, Covered Parking, Deck/Porch, Garage, Office/Den, View
1850's Historic Farmhouse with nice easterly view of Lake Champlain's Inland Sea - one of North America's best bass
fishing locations, and the Green Mountains (Mt Mansfield, Camel's Hump, Jay Peak).
Lake access approximately 150' away via public boat launch. Great fishing, great water quality. Beautiful sunset views, bordered by land trust property. Perennial gardens, nice yard, all in need of TLC. All
utilities in place: septic, town water, electricity, telephone lines, driveway.
The attic is as big as the footprint of the house, and easily could be an extra living space or another set of living quarters. This historical house has survived both of Lake Champlain's historical floods of
1859 and 2011. It sits on a high and dry piece of land!
We have had the Vermont Spirit Detectives visit this house numerous times, and every time very successful with friendly findings of children, men and women's voices, foot steps and noises. (Go to their website and you can experience
sessions held in this house as they are posted)
We are not sure, but the Underground Railroad may have been part of this house's history. This house remained in the McBride/Durham family until approximately 30 years ago. These people are who we believe we have had contact with. This would
make a GREAT B&B!
Photos upon request.
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