Part of the historic Gray Rocks property, this home was built in the early 1800s. Previously owned by James Butler who later sold it to the Andrews Family who used it as a Dairy Farm and Inn in the 1900s. Historic charm meets the modern world in the lovingly maintained brick Farmhouse. Wide-plank pine floors, gorgeous post and beam construction, and updates such as a chef's kitchen, open floor plan, and owned solar help bring this piece of history into the 21st century. Relax on the large front porch perfect for entertaining! The main house has since been turned into a duplex but can also live as a single family home. The carriage barn with a two bedroom apartment could be rented, or a great space for guests and family. This property can suit a multitude of needs! The 2.58-acre property features a small orchard, fruit trees, and abuts the Andrews Community Forest: 428 acres of preserved land great for hiking, mountain biking, and exploring nature. Conveniently located 1 mile south of Richmond Village and a short commute to I-89, Burlington, and local ski resorts!