Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and on the Vermont Historic Registry as a Historic Homestead. Built in 1790 as a Tavern and overnight stage coach stop on the NYC-Montreal run. This working farm is located in the lower Champlain Valley of Vermont. Facing east the house has a 40 mile panoramic view of the Green Mts. Bedroom suite has a full bath and adjoining library. 15 miles from Castleton University and Green Mt. College and 24 miles from Middlebury College. Only minutes away from the last boat landing on Lake Champlain and a short ferry ride away from Fort Ticonderoga with the Hubbardton Battle Field 10 minutes to the east. 24 miles from Rutland and 38 miles from Pico and Killington Ski areas. Access to fishing and hiking. We also have two endangered species of birds on the farm and the globally endangered “Ogden Pond Weed” in Parson's Pond located on the farm. The Vermont Forestry keeps track of the second largest, oldest Oak tree in the state on the farm as well as the last untouched Clay Plain Forest in the state. We breed Trakehner horses, make hay, breed an occasional litter of Standard poodles, house Willie's BBQ (seasonal) on the farm. Amble parking and wireless high speed internet available. Breakfast included. We look forward to meeting you.
Breakfast at 8 AM unless previous arrangements have been made. House closes at 11 PM for the night. Assigned Bedroom, livingroom, sunroom and dining room are open for use.