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Gorgeous 4 Bedroom Home For Sale in Roxbury Vermont

Craftsman Character in the Heart of Vermont

1970 Winch Hill Road
Roxbury, Vermont 05669


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This gorgeous 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom home features a "bow" roof design and many traditional elements. Enjoy 24 private acres as well as  sweeping views of the mountains in the distance. The open floor plan lends itself to entertaining, as does the large back deck and yard. Cathedral ceilings, exposed beams, two fireplaces, built-ins, a hot tub, a one bay attached garage, a two bay detached garage with storage space, natural woodwork, and skylights give this home stunning character. This home is a gorgeous example of Vermont's craftsmanship, from its large front door featuring bullseye glass to its original doors throughout the home. You really must see this home yourself to truly appreciate the unique beauty. Contact Tim Heney to schedule a showing today! 

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Richly Appointed Home for Sale in Marshfield VT

From the front yard

Richly Appointed Home For Sale in Marshfield, Vermont 

Some houses have such a commanding presence that everyone knows them. Those are the houses that aren't described by their addresses or even cross streets, but rather by the houses themselves. The house with the big white columns. The house with the fantastic barn. Those sorts of descriptions.

This perfectly appointed Marshfield home (just past the Plainfield border) is one of those houses. It has impressive curb appeal both from a distance and from close up. From a distance, the first and second floor porches steal the show. Imagine walking out from the upstairs hallway in the morning, and looking out across several mountaintops.

The first floor porch/patio has carefully laid flooring, and is heated with a highly efficient radiant hot water system underneath. No more cold toes for evening cocktail parties or morning coffee.

Open Layout

Built with quality materials that whisper "luxury" throughout, including hardwood floors,  cherry cabinets and stainless steel appliances.  Exceptional features include a very large kitchen island, a spacious master bedroom and bathroom with soaking tub.

Learn more about this Marshfield/Plainfield home.

Currently set up as three bedrooms, with a large "play room". The play room could easily be used as a fourth bedroom or as a second family room, home office, studio, or exercise room.

11+ well-maintained acres situated for tremendous gardening or orchards.

This is one of those special properties that is as high quality as it appears. Call or email for information on this stately home for sale in Marshfield.

Get more information on this top tier property.


  • 2544 Square feet
  • Radiant flooring and baseboard hot water heating (multi-zone)
  • Three bedrooms
  • Two and a half bathrooms
  • Open kitchen/dining/living room layout
  • Formal dining room
  • Second floor porch
  • Heated patio on first floor
  • 11.68 acres
  • Birch and tile floors
  • Cherry cabinets
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Attached two-car garage
  • Walk-in closets


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    Top 3 Picks from Montpelier Caravan

    Top 3 Picks from Montpelier Caravan

    By: Ray Mikus

    Today's Montpelier Brokers caravan was a little shorter (fewer properties on it) than I thought it would be. But still, it was a good mix. This time, we saw homes for sale in East Montpelier and Berlin as well as in Montpelier.

    Our office takes pride in strong participation in the local caravans. Six Realtors from Heney Realtors came along today as a way of gaining broader exposure to the housing market. We're still trying to figure out how some folks work out pricing using comparable sales if they haven't been inside the comparable sales.

    But I suppose that's another blog post. Another perhaps more cynical blog post.

    Here are my picks of the favorites from the Montpelier Caravan:

    9 North College Street Montpelier Vermont  9 North College Street, Montpelier--It's hard to find a hidden neighborhood in a state capital, but that's what North College Street in Montpelier is. This house is next to the end, with large maples in the front yard, and a nice level backyard. Totally renovated mid-century split entry with great floors, lots of natural lighting, and great fixtures. This one was a crowd pleaser. Want more information?



    6 Greenfield Terrace Montpelier--This one surprised me. I've been in lots of houses on Greenfield and Deerfield in the past four 6 Greenfield Terrace Montpelier Vermontyears (wow, has it been four years already!). This one has had some "work" done to it. Somewhere along the way someone opened up the kitchen into a VERY large one with an island larger than most kitchen tables. The master bedroom had been bumped out to enlarge it as well. Top to bottom renovation, and listed at $267,000. Email for information or to schedule a showing.




    Condos at Mansfield Lane in Berlin, VT63 Mansfield Lane, Berlin Condo--My third pick was a gorgeous (and affordable) condo at Mansfield Lane in Berlin. This three bedroom townhouse has a finished walkout basement suite (perfect for a teenager or houseguests), an open first floor with cathedral ceilings, and a three-season room featuring a bank of windows and fir floors. Attached one car garage, and incredibly energy efficient. Send an email for more information.




    All the brokers and agents who came today got a good look at some great Montpelier homes for sale. Remember that you can look at a property with any Realtor you want, so make sure you want to work with someone who wants to see all the comps.  Come on, I couldn't resist.


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        Top 3 Picks from Barre Caravan of Homes for Sale

        By Ray Mikus

        The Barre Brokers Caravan was on Tuesday, and there was a full docket of houses.  Sixteen, to be exact. Then, of course, Charlie Clark and I added one more--a new listing that he has on Richardson Road.

        But I digress.

        The sixteen houses in Barre (City and Town) comprised a wide range, everything from reconditioned 1900s houses with classic woodwork to a high-end log home with dynamite views and an elevator for $725,000.

        My picks as the favorites, or maybe as the properties that got the most interest from the Realtors who came through are the following:


        5 College Street Barre Vermont5 College Street--this early century house has gorgeous woodwork, great built-ins, and two levels of deck/balcony. Not the sort of thing you see everyday in Barre, and certainly not for $140,000. Big rooms, lots of space, and a butler's pantry. Cute little backyard too. Jane may have hit the nail on the head when she said, "I could live here." Email for more information.





        14 Sheridan Street--similar house, rich with woodwork, and a screened back porch overlooking the 14 Sheridan Street Barre Vermont backyard. The owners are putting some finishing touches on the place, including some paint/paper/plaster work.  Let me know if you'd like more information.







        264 Middle Road Barre Vermont264 Middle Road--From the road, it's hard to get a gauge on this one. And the property isn't quite as big as I thought at first--it's more in the backyard than the front yard.  But the house has been freshly painted, has good-sized rooms, a great full, walkout basement, and a three car  garage. Not bad for just under $200,000. Don't just drive by this one--email to schedule a showing.

        Honestly, there were some great properties on the caravan, and it's always a nice opportunity to network with agents and brokers from other agencies. I'm not totally sure why all the local agencies don't put their listings on the caravan, and I'm not sure why some Realtors don't come on caravan. But you know, it's Vermont, so I'm not going to judge.

        For more info on these or any of the other homes for sale in Barre City of homes for sale in Barre Town, just call or email.

        For Sale: The Best Blueberry Patch in Calais


        Berries on Foster Hill Road


        384 Foster Hill Road, Calais

        With one extraordinary jammer and several gardeners at the office, it's not unusual to find a bowl of blueberries or raspberries on the your desk, and receiving a surplus summer squash on your keyboard is to be expected at some point in August. After a rainy spring and a late start for many crops, Vermonters are enjoying an excellent harvest. Now in the third week of blueberry season in Central Vermont, it would be easy to forget that blueberries are not available in the yard every day of the year.



        Berries on Foster Hill Road


        At Heney Realtors, Jane Eakin is the Queen of Blueberry Season. (There's a separate title and prestige awarded to the Jam Champion.) She generously invites friends to pick from her 1,200-bush blueberry patch in Calais for a suggested donation of $2/pint. Even after a weekend of heavy traffic, there is still plenty of fruit on the bushes. I've had the chance to visit the property three times and each round, I leave dreaming about this house: an impeccable cape on the hill above Number 10 Pond with no shortage of barns and woods to explore.

        On Sunday, our family headed out to Calais with a pie in mind and ran into Ray Mikus with his crew. Central Vermont is a patchwork of small towns and that these encounters are part of the landscape.

        Thanks again to Jane for her contribution to our daily berry intake. We certainly brought enough fruit home to set up a blueberry pie test kitchen.

        - Tim Heney