Please note that this house is for sale, not abandoned. But I cannot answer to how long it’s been for sale.
House for sale can hold the appearance and aura of abandonment. Of course there are reasons for this. Perhaps a family member died and it’s an estate sale. Or it was a seasonal home, rarely used. This house in Brandon, Vermont gives that longing look, the look that abandoned or neglected houses carry. It strikes me as a house filled with relics of the last family to the live there; culturally interesting items, but not much that someone would want to truck back to his or her home.
Cross your fingers for this house; all it needs is a new owner and some love.
4 thoughts on “Abandoned Vermont: Brandon House”
and often a reasonable price so someone can afford to update it, unfortunately
Wish I could buy it! But I might add a wraparound porch and a gazebo.
What a handsome, homey place. It looks so inviting—even in the snow, which is saying something for a winter-hater! Hope someone moves in and loves it again very soon.
Same here. Winter is so darn beautiful, but, oh I could do without living in it!