Sited on a very private 150 acres of gently rolling farmland, the attractive circa 1998 farmhouse combines a classic style exterior with an interior post & beam open floor plan and beautiful finishes reclaimed from historic homes. The expansive views of the Champlain Valley countryside and mountains make the farm seem even larger. At the center of the farmhouse is the warm and inviting great room with 9-foot ceilings, which includes the kitchen, living and dining area, and features wide pine floors, hand-hewn beams, and a large stone fireplace. There are 4 bedrooms on the 2nd floor including a master bedroom, and a design that provides the option of a 1st floor bedroom suite. The land features a trout/swimming pond, an extensive trail system for walking and skiing, a brook, and a clay tennis court. There is a private writing cabin with a wood stove on top of a wooded knoll, and a barn suited for a workshop and equipment storage. Ideally located 20 miles from Burlington and the International Airport, 18 miles from Middlebury, and 5 miles from Lake Champlain.
Hand-hewn beams and paneling collected from historic homes throughout New England
Wide pine flooring throughout the house.
Screened porch just off the kitchen faces the view.
Patio facing the view has a wisteria covered pergola.
Kitchen with cherry countertops and green slate insets.
Great room has a large array of southern-facing windows with expansive views of the meadows and mountains.
Large stone fireplace in living room with beamed mantle plus window seat with built in shelving.
The intimate library features an English style beamed ceiling and brick fireplace with hearth.
Two offices on first floor with an outside entrance and a studio over the garage.
2-story barn could easily be converted for animals with access to plenty of pasture.
Large hay meadow is managed by a local farmer.
A productive stand of sugar maple trees for maple syrup.