Explore everything this rental home has to offer with an exquisite night, weekend, or full-week stay. Built in 1823, the house continues to flourish with beauty. After being remodeled and fitted with a modern touch, it still honors the traditions of it’s past. The house showcases some of that history throughout and highlights the beauty of Brandon, VT.
The Town of Brandon, VT
Brandon may be small, but its life force radiates. It houses a large art community and wonderful night scene. There are a dozen restaurants, and each is better than the next. You won’t find a bad meal or drink in this town. The local brewery and wine house are exquisite. Enjoy the beauty of No. 28—just and a short walk to the surrounding joys of Brandon, VT. Learn More…
The History of No. 28 Park Street
Jedediah Holcomb, a leader in the Brandon abolitionist movement, built 28 Park Street in 1823, one of the oldest houses remaining on Park Street. From 1915 to 1922 it was the office of the Ayrshire Breeders Association. The house featured a large 6′ tall vault with the association’s name on it. The vault door has become a feature in the billiard room for all to admire.
Historical Articles About Brandon, Vermont
We encourage everyone to find time to visit our beautiful town for its arts, dining, and nature. It is a wondrous experience to see through your own eyes. We highly recommend you also learn a bit about the long history of the town itself. Brandon, Vermont is a gem that shines brighter with each generation. You can learn more below and even download the walking tour brochure here!
- National Register Of Historic Places Inventory of Brandon Historic Village
- Gazeteer and business directory of Addison County, VT for 1881-82
- Brandon Museum at the Stephen A Douglas Birthplace
- The Vermont African American Heritage Trail
- What’s The History Of The Underground Railroad In Vermont?
- Vermont Village Celebrates its Anti-Slavery Past
- A Vermont Woman Meets the Anti-Slavery Movement