Two nights at the Amos Brown House, Whitingham, VT. The Amos Brown House, was built for Amos and Sally Brown on a high hilltop in 1802. The restoration of the Federal-style brick farmhouse is a testament to the skills of the area’s dedicated craftsmen. This brick cape-style home is cozy and quiet. Sitting in a rocking chair on the front porch, you may see more people go by on horses than in cars on an average summer day. The house retains much of its original detail and is furnished with period furniture. Three bedrooms, two full baths; sleeps six. Not available during holiday weekends. Must be used in 2020. Arrangements to be made with the donor.
Donated by The Landmark Trust USA
Minimum Bid: $300