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Michael J. Fox's Former Vermont Farm Hits the Market

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The former 121-acre Vermont farm of actor Michael J. Fox has hit the market for a somewhat-reasonable $2.75M. Purchased by the actor back in 1986, it’s been listed on and off over the years. According to Curbed, it was last listed at just under $4M in 2010.

But back to the property – which, naturally, is stunning. Called “Lottery Hill Farm,” it was built in 1817 after its owner supposedly won the Louisiana lottery. According to the listing, the property consists of a 16 room, 6 bedroom brick Federal colonial main house
and a faithfully reproduced 1990 Cape guest home. The exceptional setting includes 121 acres of fenced pasture, rolling meadows, stream, pond, mixed northern
hardwood forest, a large barn, numerous outbuildings, run in shed and in-ground pool.

You can check out more picture of the property by visiting the listing here.

 

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