We purchased this historic, Fletcher, Vermont farmhouse with a vision to restore its proper New England character and transform it into a highly desirable office, studio, workshop or showroom location for rent to local entrepreneurs.
According to the Fletcher Historical Society, the Red House was built aroud 1807. It is the second oldest house in Fletcher, Vermont, and still sits on its original site.
The property is located near a high traffic, well-maintained rural route with easy access to and from state highways and Interstate 89.
Historic sites and buildings present a unique challenge. While the structure may be in dire need of restored integrity, the unique character of the dwelling must be highlighted and its surroundings must be kept in mind at all times. This particular property was the perfect candidate for a new function as a business setting nestled in the midst of beautiful Vermont.
Inquire about renting. Will build to suit. We are confident we will find the perfect tenants to make this a beautiful, local, sustainable place of business. If this sounds like you, please email Ed Brannagan.
Outside - Points Of Interest - Notice elements of the original structure and building. We sought to preserve the historic authenticity of the house while implementing upgrades that are in line with today's standards as well as with its new function. We added parking space to accomodate a business, but with a focus on preserving a softer character that is suitable to the countryside surroundings.
Inside - Points Of Interest - Notice the half-round floor supports and original wood lath walls. Then, the transformation of living spaces to a well-insulated, bright and modern look that highlights the original feel and structure of this two centuries old farmhouse.