It is a modest 140 year old house in Vermont that has prison cells and extra storage options at an incredibly low price.
The historic home is located in the town of Guildhall and costs only $ 149,000, according to the New York Post.
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It was built on Courthouse Drive 43 in 1880 and once served as the Essex County Jail, which was wound up in 1969, according to the property’s listing on Realtor.com, which was posted by Jennifer Allen of Lisa Hampton Real Estate.
The New England-style structure was also used as a home for the city̵
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The home with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, is 2190 square meters and is located on a 0.94 acre plot. A private backyard and detached barn are included.
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“There is so much character throughout this home from the wainscoting along the walls and cornices in the ceiling that are featured in the dining room, main entrance and living room,” it reads on the property’s details.
Although the home is more than a hundred years old, it has been renovated with modern facilities, including radiant underfloor heating on most of the ground floor, an updated insulation and heating system, replaced windows and a new chimney. The dormitory in the house has also been repaired over the prison.
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The kitchen has been updated with a stainless steel fridge and dishwasher, an antique-style electric stove and a large island. There is a walk-in pantry in addition to cupboards and counter space.
This former prison has a covered veranda, an unfinished mudroom, a separate laundry room and attic.
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The property was last sold in 2018 for $ 75,000, according to sales data on Realtor.com.