About Historic Valley View

Historic Valley View was built in 1801 and was recently renovated to preserve historical aspects of the house while offering modern amenities.

Steps away from a 200 year old Covered Bridge, offers beautiful views, lots of light, and easy access to multiple activities and attractions throughout the year. Just 9 miles to the ski slopes of Sugarbush Resort, and with the VAST trail system directly out back, you can be on the trail in seconds. In the summer, walk to farm stands and swimming holes in the Mad River, while enjoying year-round views of Camel’s Hump and Mt. Ellen. Waitsfield’s shops, restaurants and amenities are roughly 2 miles away.

This home sits on 1 bucolic acre overlooking 500 acres of protected farmland. It was built by the town of Waitsfield for their first Minister, Reverend Salisbury. The current barn/garage still sits in the same spot as the original barn that once housed horses and carriages.

Inside the 1,100 sqft home, you’ll find original hand-hewn wooden beams that run through the entirety of the house and are easily seen in the entry and kitchen. 200+ year-old reclaimed Red and White Oak floorboards are seen throughout the 1st floor. The 2nd floor has the original floorboards, which are wide and beautiful in character and imperfections.

An indoor bathroom was added in the early 1900s and when renovated, we chose white subway tiles, 1” hex floor tiles and vintage style hardware, in keeping with the Victorian period.

To learn more about this house’s journey through the renovation/restoration process, check out our Instagram account where we documented the process and more:  @1801FarmhouseAdventures or search for #HistoricValleyView

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