Dramatically situated, in an elevated position, the "giles house" is the oldest of the stately brick homes, in the equestrian oriented south woodstock village. Delightful grounds, exceptional in-law accommodation, within walking distance of green mountain horse association activities, a post office, a general store, gourmet dining, and a local swimming pond! Henry swan dana, in his literary work "history of woodstock" describes the residence as "warren cottle's house: built in 1796. Situated on what was called cottle's ledge, this two story georgian style house is considered to be the most outstanding structure in south woodstock. Built of flemish bonded brick, with massive chimneys that straddle the roof, five by four bays, an impressive palladian window and an elaborately detailed entrance, flanked by half-length sidelights and topped by an elliptical fanlight. A wooden 1.5 story wooden ell was added to the house in the 1930's.
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This 6 bedroom, 5 bathroom Single Family home
for sale in Woodstock, VT
is currently listed for $999,000.
Featuring a lot size of 6.1 Acres,
5142 South Road
was built in 1796 and
has been on ERA.com for 324 days.
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