An elegant and historic 1880's colonial, this beautiful home is ideally situated on the picturesque Danville Green. Originally the home of the Caledonia National Bank built in 1826, the home was twice destroyed by fire, and the existing structure was built in 1884. After nearly 100 years, the bank relocated in 1925 and WA Hamilton, a local veterinarian whose family resided here until 1968, purchased the home. Thereafter, the home remained a private residence owned by several families until purchased by the Hogue Family in August 2000 when it underwent a complete renovation and opened as the Hamilton House Bed & Breakfast. The B&B closed in 2005, and the home is still owned and occupied by the Hogue Family today as a private residence.
The house is within walking distance to two excellent restaurants, a cozy pub, shopping, banking, postal services, a library, several churches and much more. In winter enjoy a local sleigh ride or ski Burke Mountain and other local ski resorts. The home has easy access to the V.A.S.T. trails for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. In the summer enjoy the local farmer's market, or listen to local musicians on the Green. We are just minutes to Joe's pond and Harvey's Lake for boating, swimming, or fishing. Fall foliage is spectacular in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, and fall activities are plentiful. Venture out into our back roads for a leisurely walk, or perhaps biking is more to your taste. In spring,Vermont's maple-sugaring season brings our local sugar houses to life with the sweet aroma of boiling sap and the delicious taste of pure Vermont maple syrup. Live YOUR Vermont dream in this exquisite home!