Love pink? We just found your ultimate dream house! Not only is this Victorian in Montpelier, Vermont, pretty in pink on the outside, but it's just as rosy on the inside, too. Built in 1890, the 24-26 Loomis Street property actually consists of two buildings — both with breathtaking views of Hunger Mountain — and it's .
The 3,964-square-foot main house, which was once a mayor's residence, contains the main living areas and four bedrooms, two additional one-bedroom apartments.
Meanwhile, the three-story, 1,440-square-foot carriage house, which sheltered the then-mayor's horse and carriage, boasts a one-bedroom apartment, concrete floors and barnwood finishes throughout — not to mention a gym and sauna in the basement.
Altogether, the houses contain a whopping seven bedrooms and six bathrooms, all of which are absolutely charming. Since the 19th Century, both structures have been completely (and tastefully) renovated. The listing points out that the house would even make a gorgeous B&B or individual condos, and we wholeheartedly agree. See for yourself in these photos!
Interested? Contact the listing agent, .