The Randall House was built in 1840. This house, with its pedimented gable end, wide entablature, and side hall entry, is built in the Greek Revival style. The Greek Revival style was the most common style of architecture in Vermont from the 1830s to the 1860s. The barn in back of the house contains beams that were brought from an antique barn in England.
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Find the Randall House on this map of Woodstock.