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DUMMERSTON, Vt.

Building near Kipling home for rent

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A building on property that was once the home of author Rudyard Kipling is now open to vacationers for rent. The carriage house sits just a stone’s throw from Naulakha, the Dummerston home that Kipling built in the 1890s and where he wrote ‘‘The Jungle Book’’ and other works. The Landmark Trust USA is preparing the Carriage House, which dates to the 1890s, for its first renters at the end of the month, the Brattleboro Reformer reported. The first floor housed Kipling’s carriage and a greenhouse.

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