Mount Snow House Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathroom, sleeps 8
Four Corners is a three bedroom two-bathroom home located on the Handle Road less than 1/4 mile from the base of Mount Snow. It has all of the amenities to make a stay in the country pleasurable. One fireplace located in the living room provides extra warmth during the cold winter nights. Entertain your family on the large front porch or just sit back and people-watch while enjoying a cool cocktail after a hard bike ride on one of the many trails located throughout the forest.
Four Corners nestled quietly on ten acres at the base of Mount Snow offers a unique glimpse of a historic home whose surroundings have grown up to be a modern playground. Built in the nineteenth century, Four Corners served as a summer home getaway providing access to cooler weather, fishing, and tranquility. When Mount Snow started operations in the 60’s, Four Corners took on a broader year-round appeal.
This home has been a source of fun and good times for my family for generations. With each season that passes at Four Corners there is something for everybody to enjoy. Crisp summer air refreshes the body and spirit while autumn foliage with its bright colors accents the myriad of rolling hills and streams of these beautiful environs. As the trees lie dormant in the winter making room for the shrieks of glee straight-lining it down Ripcord deep changes occur that only those patient enough can smell in early spring. It is at this time that maple sap drips and sugar shacks churn in high gear readying the world for yet another sweetened pancake in the land of syrup and skiing.
I extend my warmest welcome for you to experience Vermont as it once was and how it always will be.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Michael Kirkland
Dancing, tasty food, and weird conversations. Good times.
Michael Kirkland purchased this house in 1820
Why Michael Kirkland chose Mount Snow
Family home since 19th century.