Over the years, I’ve driven past this house many times getting that “abandoned” vibe from it, then noticing broken windows, overgrown brush, yet a mowed lawn. Maybe it wasn’t entirely abandoned, but certainly no one lived in this house. Finally I stopped to take some photographs. Considering how long it’s been neglected and vacant, it is in good condition. Who needs a house in Reading, Vermont? Advice for when you cannot information about a property (e.g. if it’s for sale): call the town offices.
Surrounded by trees.
The side of the house.
The rear of the house is a bit more worn. But the slate roof is gorgeous.
The porch has seen better days, and this rear ell.
Beautiful back porch (you probably remember this photo from an Instagram post).
The interior is not too far gone.
Seen through the back door, not in such great shape.
But it might need some plaster. This Rutland Patching Plaster is from nearby Rutland, VT!
Barn view from the porch.
Front of the barn.
The front of the house is hard to see from the road, as the road sits further behind this photographer.
What a beautiful property, isn’t it? It hasn’t been surveyed (that I can find), and is not listed in the State or National Register. However, I’m sure you could make a strong case for eligibility in Reading, VT. What do you love most: original windows, hardwood, wood details, doorknobs, slate roof?