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Built in 1929, by Allethaire Chase Estey, the widow of J. Harry Estey of the Estey Organ Company, 21 Deacon Place is one of Brattleboro’s most significant homes in an unparalleled setting. A classic Colonial Revival style home, it offers that rare combination of walking access to downtown Brattleboro, while being privately sited overlooking the West River and Retreat Meadows and bordering the Hogle Wildlife Sanctuary. The home’s high-quality features abound: quarter-sawn oak floors, crown mouldings, plaster walls a spacious central hall with impressive staircase flanked by a paneled formal dining room and the refined living room with fireplace and adjoining den overlooking the water views. The layout, size and scale of the rooms and the practical floor plan provide comfortable useful spaces. The landscaped grounds feature both natural plantings as well as more formal gardens and offer extensive illuminated walkways, a metal perimeter fence and in-ground pool. Extensive renovation, restoration and improvement has been accomplished by the current owners since 1993. More additional information is available.
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Listing Courtesy ofBerkley & Veller Greenwood Country