Gardens can be a typical feature in most homes, but a Guilford home has more than just a few rows of flowers and vegetables in its backyard. It has a working flower farm that’s complete with a farm stand open to the public.
Listed for $999,000, the property known as Trout Lily Farm on 3700 Durham Road was built on a parcel of land that was a farm and pasture dating back to the 1800s, according to the listing. The property was home to the Chittenden Family at the time, the listing notes. One of the descendants of the family became the first governor of Vermont, Thomas Chittenden.