Amos Brown House, Whitingham
The 1802 Amos Brown House, a Federal-style brick farmhouse, was a rare acquisition for The Landmark Trust USA because, unlike most old farmhouses, this one still had features such as its summer kitchen and pantry, barn, chicken house, and woodshed that hadn’t been significantly changed. The property is now used by the public through short-term rental and educational events, offering visitors the opportunity to experience over 200 years of rural Vermont life. A grant from 1772 will help with masonry repairs, particularly to the historic chimneys.
1772 Grant Funds Awarded: $10000