There is an unpretentious 140-year-old house in Vermont with cells and extra storage space at an amazingly low price.
According to the New York Post, this historic house is located in the town of Guildhall and sold for only $149,000.
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The property is shown in the real estate listing on Realtor.com. It was built in 1880 and located at 43 Courthouse Drive. It was used as a prison in Essex County. The property was owned by Jennifer of Lisa Hampton Real Estate Company. Allen (Jennifer Allen) released.
The New England-style building was also used as the residence of the warden of the town, so it has a warden’s office and cell. The cell has windows with windows, covering a total area of 28 x 40 feet.
The four-bedroom, two-bathroom house measures 2,190 square feet and covers 0.94 acres. Including private backyard and independent barn.
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The details of the listing show: “The whole house has many features, including the parapets along the walls and the cornices on the ceiling of the dining room, the main entrance and the living room.
Although the house is more than a century old, it has been modernized, including radiant floor heating in most of the first floor, updated insulation and heating systems, replaced windows and new chimneys. The roof windows of the house have also been restored in the prison.
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The kitchen has been updated, equipped with a stainless steel refrigerator and dishwasher, antique style electric stove and a large island. In addition to cabinet and counter space, there is also a walk-in kitchen.
This former prison has a roof front porch, an unfinished mud room, a dedicated laundry area and an attic.
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According to sales data on Realtor.com, the property was last sold for $75,000 in 2018.