Lovely 1890’S Renovated Vermont Farmhouse with Lake View
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- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:Yes
Lovely 1890’s Vermont farmhouse on 130 acres of fields and woods overlooking beautiful Caspian Lake. Three miles from Greensboro, one of the prettiest villages in the Northeast Kingdom, with a public beach, charming library, and a general store voted Best in the State by Vermont Magazine. High speed broadband internet with wireless access throughout the house.
An hour’s drive to Stowe and Mt. Mansfield to the west or St. Johnsbury to the east, and twenty minutes’ drive to Bread and Puppet Theater’s home and museum in Glover. Many nearby back roads with stunning views for walking or exploring in the car. Ben and Jerry’s and Cabot Creamery tours within an hour’s drive, and an hour and a half to Burlington with the Lake Champlain ferry, Shelburne Museum and the University of Vermont campus.
Five bedrooms, two full bathrooms each with tub/shower, sleeps twelve comfortably, sixteen in a pinch. Fully-appointed kitchen, washer and dryer, new furnace and hot water heater (both 2011), working fireplace, deck with a view of the lake, dry, protected shed with ping-pong table, and canoe available. Ideal for groups, or two families with children age four and older. Four-and-a-half hours’ drive from Boston, one-and-a-half hour’s drive to nearest airport in Burlington, 45 minutes to bus depot in Montpelier.
Keywords: Farm, Historic house,
- Vacation Rental
- Children Welcome
- Non Smoking Only
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Limited Accessibility
Bedrooms: 5 Bedrooms, Sleeps 15, Beds for 12-15
Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Parking Off Street
- Wood Fireplace
- Parking For RV/Boat/Trailer
- Linens Provided
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Ping Pong Table
- CD Player
- Broadband Access
- Wireless Internet
- Free Long Distance
- Deck / Patio
- Outdoor Grill
Location & View
- Mountain View
- Lake View
- Mountain Biking
- Water Skiing
- Cross Country Skiing
- Wildlife Viewing
- Sight Seeing
- Three miles from Greensboro, one of the prettiest villages in the Northeast Kingdom, with a public beach, charming library, and a general store voted Best in the State by Vermont Magazine. An hour’s drive to Stowe and Mt. Mansfield to the west or St. Johnsbury to the east, and twenty minutes’ drive to Bread and Puppet Theater’s home and museum in Glover. Many nearby back roads with stunning views for walking or exploring in the car. Ben and Jerry’s and Cabot Creamery tours within an hour’s drive, and an hour and a half to Burlington with the Lake Champlain ferry, Shelburne Museum and the University of Vermont campus....moreless
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In August of 2011 I spent a very relaxed long weekend with friends at this delightful Vermont farmhouse. One of my chief memories is the pleasure of sitting out on the deck from which we had a view of Caspian Lake in the distance. We ate lunches and dinners on the deck; we read the Sunday Times on the deck; we watched the hummingbirds, rose breasted grosbeaks, blue jays, etc. from the deck; we dozed on the deck; we hosted evening gatherings on the deck. I liked the deck. The kitchen had what was needed to make our meals, and it also had a large octagonal table which was perfect for just sitting and talking, as well as for eating. There was also a living room with a small, but good library of books, and an assortment of games. Comfortable couches and chairs made it very pleasant to sit there in the evenings. I recall that I slept very well during that weekend; the house was quiet at night because it was not close to any neighbors, and the Vermont night air was cool. Now and then we would sortie from the house to get supplies and find amusement and culture. The chief source of supplies was Willey’s General Store in Greensboro; they had everything we needed in the way of food, clothes and hardware. Willey’s is a great place to go even if you only want to browse. Also in the area are a farmer’s market and some specialty shops for things like pies and honey. There were various entertainment and cultural venues in the area. I liked the Bread and Circus Puppets performance and also the associated museum. We also went to a delightful performance of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, which was put on by a troupe of well directed high school students at an annual summer Shakespeare camp. In addition one can find many musical and choral performances by keeping an eye out on the bulletin board at Willey’s. Mostly these took place in area churches and halls and were generally very good. Some other observation: the owners were very helpful and responsive; the pictures on the website tell the story well, except that they should have one of the deck; and the house and grounds are very well maintained. All in all, I am very happy to recommend this Vermont farmhouse as a great place to enjoy a relaxed and memorable vacation.
- Guest deckhand
- Date of stay 08/11/11
- Review Submitted 04/12/12
Recommended for: Romantic getaway, age 55+, families with young children, girls getaway.
SPECIAL FALL RATE: August 31st - Oct. 20th, $900 per week, $1,600 for two weeks May 20th - August 31st, $1,100 per week, $2,000 for two weeks (typ. Sat. to Sat.)
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- Nearest Airport: Burlington International at 70 Miles
- Nearest Ferry: Burlington/Lake Champlain at 75 Miles
- Nearest Train: Waterbury, VT at 45 Miles
- Nearest Motorway: Interstate 91/93 at 25 Miles
- Nearest Beach: Caspian Lake at 3 Miles
- Nearest Barpub: Hardwick at 8 Miles
- Nearest Ski: Stowe/Smugglers Notch at 35 Miles
- Nearest Golf: Greensboro/9 holes at 3 Miles
- Nearest Restaurant: Hardwick at 8 Miles
Year Purchased: 1967
About the owner: I live in Waterbury Center, Vermont with my wife, three children, and two dogs. I am the Community Planner for the Town and Village of Waterbury and enjoy gardening and playing music. I enjoy managing our farm in Greensboro with the assistance of my brother and sister who live in Massachussets.
Why the Owner Chose Greensboro:
Our parents purchased the farm in 1967 and completely reconstructed the farmhouse at that time. Greensboro is a beautiful rural community with a rich history. Caspian Lake is great for lots of activities.
The Unique Benefits at this Farmhouse:
Staying at our farm is very relaxing with lots of opportunities to explore the hayfields and woods, and surrounding countryside. We have a large vegetable garden that is also available for harvesting by guests.
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Our 1890's renovated farmhouse is a great place to stay and relax
Here is the view of Caspian Lake looking east from the hayfield above the house
The vegetable garden and a bed of Mother of Golden Glow in August
Our country kitchen seats eight
The downstairs master bedroom has a queen bed and its own full bath
This upstairs bedroom has a queen bed and also has a view of the lake
Here is the front of the gothic revival house
Daylillies blooming in June in front of the house
Hayfield with a view of the lake and mountains beyond
The spacious living room has a fireplace, one large couch, and a sleep sofa
This upstairs bedroom has a double bed and a view of Caspian Lake
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