What you will love about this home
Perfect oasis and get away in idyllic Vermont surroundings.
The property dates back to 1750's, with the old historic blacksmith's shop, beautifully built from stone. The Barn house has been updated with modern appliances, giving a clean look which fits with the old post and beam structure of the house.
Large cathedral windows upstairs create a beautiful space with fantastic light, overlooking the brook. The sound of the brook at night will lull you to sleep!
Trails off of the property are great for fantastic day trips, hiking, rambling walks, foraging for raspberries, strawberries and choice mushrooms, (if you know how to collect). Artist property with funky historical buildings, gardens and brook running through the back of the property- very refreshing on a hot day! Wonderful old apple tree
What you will love in the neighborhood
The house is directly across the street from Skunk Hollow Tavern, a quaint, characteristic pub which dates back to 1775!
The atmosphere is very cozy and jovial, structured with old beams and plaster walls. The tavern is famous for great live music on Wednesdays and Fridays- you are sure to meet fun people here and have a wonderful time. Great food and beer if you want a nice dinner out- the best part is, you are 2 steps from home if you want to stay out late!
We are also situated at 4 Corners, where you have easy access to Quechee, Woodstock or White River Junction; all about 15 minutes away.
10 minute drive from local grocery store, local library and farmers market, 5 minute walk to local farm and farm stand.
We are situated in "personal" community, with a beautiful classic church across the street, old tavern, trails and great neighbors.
If you want to return to the feeling of "the way things were", you will be transported back in time with this historical VT property. The neighborhood is filled with kind people ready to lend a hand. Here, there is still an old timey sense of community, filled with artists, writers, musicians and intellectuals.