Icame across this marvellously quirky mansion on a trip down to the States once. In case you’re feelin’ adventurous, here’s what Margo’s website has to say:
“The Pink Lady Victorian Mansion, circa 1875, is a beautiful building located in Richford, Vermont. There are 21 rooms, which include 6 bathrooms, 3 kitchens, and an adjoined apartment with separate entrance. Situated only a few miles from the Canadian border, this lovely 3-story, 7,158 SqFt building is currently run as a charming antique shop and the office of Sherwood Real Estate.
The current owner, Margo Sherwood, has been collecting precious jewelry and unique artwork for 50+ years, from all around the world. Every room of this historic building is filled to the brink with her collection of vintage paintings, lavish clothing, china and ceramic dishes, books, lamps, salt & pepper shakers, vinyl records, clothing, art glass, old newspapers and magazines, and an abundance of valuable artifacts. This structure is a treasure hunter’s paradise, and the owner is parting with the building and everything in it for such a low price, you’d think you struck gold!
[Although ‘books’ is a fair ways down the list, there are a ton of them]
The building emptied is being sold for $269,900. However, if you’re an adventure seeker or antique dealer, you might consider investing in this beauty with all it’s contents for $499,000.
This property is real estate broker owned, by Margo Sherwood of Sherwood Real Estate”
So, what do you think?