Blog :: 04-2012

Country Contemporary in Shaftsbury

415 Ridge Road, Shaftsbury. Views, Views, Views!  Large open floor plan with three bedrooms, two and one-half baths, updated kitchen with soapstone island, Breakfast room with gas stove,dining area, large living room with pellet stove, cool loft area with spaces for offices or hobbies, Screened in 14'9x15 screened in porch with deck above to take in the views. Attached two car garage, 2 sheds, 2 large barn/garages on property. 10+ acres. Click here for photos, virtual tour and more details! Listing Agent: Kelley McCarthy.  $399,900.

Posted on 2012-04-24 08:02:04

13 Greenview Drive, Bennington.  Wonderful location in great neighborhood, walking distance to hospital and in town amenities. House features 4 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, large decks for entertaining, new roof, freshly painted rooms. Check out all the upgrades that have been completed! Click here to learn more.... Listing Agent: Kim Warren.  $169,000.


  1. Catherine on

    Yes, Bill but those applications rnaged all over the map when it came to issues and over a 150 year span. And it does require that 34 states ratify an amendment at a convention (however historically once 34+ states have shown the support for a specific amendment change, Congress and the Senate jump on board and pass it). In essence, the convention is used as a nat'l referendum on various issues.

    Turn Key in Bennington!

    161 Laura Lane, Bennington. Built in 2006, this three bedroom, one bath ranch home is close to downtown. It features a large deck and a one car garage with storage space. Comes with all the appliances and is ready for you to move in. Sits on .35 of land.  Perfect for just starting out or downsizing!  For details, additional photos and virtual tour, click here. Listing Agent: Tim Corcoran II.  Just reduced from $174,000 to $159,500!

    Beautiful Shaftsbury Acreage...

    Lower East Road, Shaftsbury.  Great setting & location for building your dream home or vacation retreat. This 3.3 acre parcel sits on the site of a former saw mill bordering the furnace brook. This predominately level lot with electricity at the site, has permits in place for a 3 bedroom home. In addition there are lovely stone walls bordering the property. If you are looking for a peaceful surrounding, with an active brook and bits of history, please consider this. Nice central Shaftsbury location, convenient to Bennington.  For additional photos and details, click here. Listing Agent: Suzy Yucht.  $50,000.


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    Bennington Village Multi-Family

    110 Short Street, Bennington. Nice investment opportunity, with established rental income from long term tenants. Currently in use as a 3 unit, it can be converted to 4 units. Seller has done some nice improvements including updating bathrooms, select windows, enlarged parking area, new furnace to name a few. Details available here! Listing Agent: Suzy Yucht. $174,900.

    Shaftsbury Village Charmer!

    57 Grant Street, Shaftsbury. Charming 2 bed, 1.5 bath Ranch-style house. Kitchen recently updated with new countertops, sink, stainless steel appliances, and light fixtures. Bathroom has updated vanity with granite counter plus cedar ceiling. Tons of storage throughout, including kitchen pantry and master bedroom walk-in closet. Unfinished basement is well laid out with a private workroom for the handyman, laundry area, wood shelving, and space for a pool table and exercise equipment. Wrap-around deck and spacious backyard are perfect for summer entertaining. North Bennington school district. For details, photos and virtual tour, click here! Listing Agent: Jenifer Prouty. $167,000.


    1. Tutu on

      Oh my. I love where a prompt may take you. In to the lap of a loved one, in to friigd waters and now, here in to my heart. You needn't wonder where your ashes will rest, for your essence in these words now resides within me.Well done.xo S
      • Tutu on

        Oh my. I love where a prompt may take you. In to the lap of a loved one, in to friigd waters and now, here in to my heart. You needn't wonder where your ashes will rest, for your essence in these words now resides within me.Well done.xo S

        Bennington Village Home...

        233 Union Street, Bennington. In town house with beautiful landscaping. Great location for in town professional office space! Covered front porch, good sized rooms, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, kitchen fully applianced, walk in pantry/laundry area, patio sitting area surrounded by perennials, detached garage.  Click here for additional details, photos and virtual tour! Listing Agent: Kim Warren.  Just reduced from $138,700 to $135,000! 

        Come build your dream in Shaftsbury!

        Maple Hill Road, Shaftsbury. Wonderful opportunity in sought after Maple Hill location in Shaftsbury. This setting has it all - over 24 acres with 3800+ feet of road frontage on Maple Hill and Potter Montgomery Roads. Some select clearing has already identified a few nice building sites and views from either road access. In addition to stonewalls running through the property, there is a year round active stream. In the heart of Maple country, bring your taps for sugar season; raise your horses; and have an extensive garden. Envision your dream here and create it all!  For additional photos and details, click here. Listing Agent: Suzy Yucht.  $149,000.


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          The point of the automotive anlaogy was that NO criminal law was involved. I don't know of any gun legislation that only has civil penalties. Want to have gun legislation like hunting legislation? Where there is only a fine?BE MY GUEST. As to: Biometrics; that would imply we have a problem with unsolved murders committed by previously law-abiding citizens. Firearm registration: the issue is TRUST. Have you read the NY, CT, CA and RI laws and drafts? I am up against citizen disarmament not calls for regulation . That is my whole point the policy makers are not being honest with you. Read the laws and you will see that.Insurance: what is MOTIVE for advocating that? That you really care that someone I shoot by accident is well compensated or just another drag on the momentum of gun ownership? BTW: When am I going to be able to get homeowners insurance that covers Vermont Yankee's inevitable failure?(in case you are in the insurance business)