The 170+/- acre Gilman Farm is a local landmark having been a working dairy farm for over a hundred years. The original farmhouse and barn have long been removed and a new barn was built in 1953, and a new house built in 1965. The house is a modest Ranch-style and the current barn is an impressive structure built on a concrete foundation capable of storing 5000 bales of hay on the upper level with stanchions for 40 head of cattle on the ground level. Aside from the obvious use for livestock, the barn is perfect for any number of home business uses such as wood working, auto repair, studio space, etc. The land occupies both sides of Vermont Route 12 with approximately 85 acres on either side of the road. A tunnel under Route 12 exists as a way for livestock to access the pastures on both sides of the road. The 170 acres is a mix of expansive pastures and forest land with beautiful Locust Creek running the length of the easterly portion. Local and long distance views exist from many areas of the property creating many opportunities for building sites.