26 Prindle Road
If this farmhouse could talk, it would have 5 generations of stories to tell. Built in the 1880s—when the Statue of Liberty arrived, Coca-Cola was invented, and the first Groundhog Day was celebrated—it is a relic from a time when fields were plowed by horses and homes heated solely by wood. So much has changed since then, but this house has retained its original bones, including large sun-filled windows that afford a light, airy feel in every room. Many upgrades and remodeling projects have modernized it, yet it retains a farmhouse character, with features like a butler’s pantry, antique hardware, beautiful hardwood or wide-plank flooring, hand-crafted woodwork and built-ins, and a beloved west-facing porch, where pleasant summer evenings were savored for well over a century. A 2-car garage and an outbuilding, ideal for a workshop or storage, complete the package. The location is rural, yet close to Spear’s Corner Store, Philo Ridge Farm, Mount Philo State Park, and local schools. Burlington is just 12 miles north on Spear Street. Whether you want to move right in or renovate to reflect your own personal farmhouse style, this house is ready for its next generation of owners. New septic going in end of June.