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This historic and quintessential Vermont cape with attached barn was built circa 1783 and is reportedly one of the oldest homes in Westminster. Combining antique features, superb restoration and stunning land (both sides of the road) with open fields,views, stone walls, stream and mixed woodland, it is a very special listing for those looking for an historic homestead. The house is a gem and provides original features including: wide board flooring, wood wall planking (some king’s ...
Built in 1898, this outstanding flamboyant Queen Anne style architecture was designed by nationally-known architect George Barber. It is notable for its unusual polygonal turret, brackets, wood shingles, and sawn and turned decoration. This combination of elements enlivens the overall composition. 89,900
Dietz Doll House (1910) - Alice was born on May 28, 1905, in the New York Foundling Hospital in New York City. In those days, orphan or homeless children were transported by train to various small towns throughout the United States for adoption. In Seguin, Alice was taken in by John and Julia Magin, but nine months later, Mrs. Magin died. A German-born carpenter, Louis Dietz and his sister, Miss Mollie, applied to the Catholic Parish priest to raise Alice in their home. 415 S. Austin St.