3 bedroom, 2 bath, sleeps 8
All bedrooms are very spacious--20 x 15 feet--with the rare beauty of 6 x 12 solid-wood walls and 6 x 8 wood ceiling beams, romantic gas stoves on their own thermostats, ceiling fans for your comfort, spacious closets, and beautiful views of the forested mountainside. Interior walls have Williamsburg-color pallet wallpaper and oil-painted wainscot/chair rail to place you in an Early American colonial era. Each bedroom has it's own unique sitting area for coffee, conversation, reading, reflection. Master bedroom: one queen bed; attached bath. Upstairs west bedroom: one queen bed; one queen sofa sleeper; shared bath. Upstairs east bedroom: one queen bed; shared bath. Two twin mattresses available by request for extra sleeping on floor, so if you have a group of ten (10) and they don't mind a mattress on the floor of the living area or screened porch (summer), then you're covered!
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - Seven commonsense pet rules. Ask owner.Seven commonsense pet rules. Ask owner.
Max guests: 8
Minimum age of primary renter: 28
- Renters must agree to stay within property boundaries as shown in property map in the house manual. If hiking trails, stay within the trails.
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About Heidi Gennaro
Meet Heidi---an ordinary woman with an extraordinary tale of working beside her (now late) husband, Paul, their master-carpenter friend, Randy, and Heidi's three children to build their dream solid-timber house in Vermont beginning in 1999. Thrown into this project quite by a surprise of Providence, she realized in those four years of 'family logging' their 24 acres, sawing up the felled white Eastern pine on a portable sawmill, and finally building, that only by testing a dream can you know if you have been given both the faith, perseverance, and grit to complete that dream. Though Heidi lost her husband Paul in 2007 to heart disease, she endeavors to share this uniquely peaceful and beautiful home to weary travelers in search of respite and sanctuary from the demands of the world we live in. Enjoy and be at home in this magical place nestled in the calm beauty of Vermont!
Heidi Gennaro purchased this House in 2000
Why Heidi Gennaro chose Woodstock
You will find peaceful seclusion here: a uniquely beautiful, green-built home nestled among 24.5 acres of sugar-maple laden forest, yet easy access to Vermont Rte. 12 just 1700 feet down the mountainside driveway. Quintessential Woodstock is 5 miles south, Silver Lake and the Historic Barnard General Store 4 miles north, Mt. Tom hiking and horseback trails 3 miles south, and Hanover, NH and Dartmouth College 23 miles east. Northern Stage and the Lebanon Opera House are 22 miles east.
What makes this House unique
After thousands of guests and ten years of vacation renting, Heidi has heard nothing but 'Wow--better than the photos!' Comments left in Heidi's guest book and the solid 5-star posted reviews on two listing sites say it all. Heidi has accommodated varied guests: families with children, couples wanting a romantic getaway, weekend skier groups, and everyone in between, each group leaving behind rave reviews about the home, the peaceful setting, the re-connection to family and friends, and the entire experience.