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Hubbell Homestead, Bennington, VT

Originally built in 1768 for Aaron and Lucinda Hubbell, the Hubbell Homestead is among the oldest wood frame structures in Vermont. Its setting is farm country in a high valley of southwestern Vermont with sweeping views of the Green Mountains. The homestead once played a small part in the American Revolutionary War and now, appropriately, overlooks the Bennington Battle Monument two miles away. The Hubbell Homestead — a lovingly restored pre-Revolutionary War era farmhouse with its multiple outbuildings, gardens and grounds — is available for destination weddings, corporate retreats and private gatherings that require a specialized, distinctive, full-service approach. The property has the flexibility of catering to larger, private events because of its special events barn and expansive tented space.