This Peacham Village home offers history, a large lot, out buildings, and a house that has retained the charm of it's past, beautifully maintained and updated. The Thomas Eastman House was built in 1852, replacing The White House Tavern that burned a year prior. It has had many owners including Charles Bunker, who was the President of Peacham Academy in the late 1800s along with his wife Nellie Bunker who was also very involved in the academy. Wonderful features such as built-in cabinets, wide board wood floors, the inviting foyer, and great closet space! Main level offers a full kitchen, living room with fire place, den with built-in bookcases - or a perfect home office (high speed internet available!), formal dining room, large laundry room, bathroom, family room with fireplace, plus a spacious mudroom between the house and the attached 2 car garage. The second story features 4 bedrooms and full bath. In addition to the attached 2 car garage there is also a detached garage with workshop area and overhead storage, and a horse barn with fenced in area around it. The 1.87+/- acre lot has ample space for animals and gardens. You will love being central to all that the village has to offer including being right next door to the Peacham Cafe, across the street from the library, and walking distance to festivals and other town functions. Truly a gem of a house in a quaint Vermont town.