In Brownington Vermont with fantastic views sets this 1811 farmhouse with out buildings and 89.60 acre. There is history here. The Hinman Settler road was the main route to travel north from the great cities such as Boston and New York. Brownington once upon a time was a happening place. This home use to house the local jail. The farm house has newer wiring, newer roof, updated windows, modern oil furnace and is very livable. The attached shed is square and in good shape. The Barn is older and the owners have asked that we don't enter. The land which approx. 45 acres is open with great soil and grows great crops. The rest is wooded with not much wood value but very usable for recreation and hunting. This home is ready to be sold to people who want a larger parcel of land, in a great location, with out of this world views.