The lakehouse and cottage are perched on the shore of Caspian Lake, one of the most pristine lakes in northern Vermont, a region renowned for its clear mountain air, rolling landscapes dotted with farmhouses and unique Northeast Kingdom history.
This family retreat, nestled on its own secluded acreage of trees and within one mile walking distance of the village of Greensboro, has easy access to a private dock with kayaks, canoe and all the water activities the lake has to offer. There are miles of walking and biking trails and back-country roads to explore and fishing in the lake and nearby rivers.
Friendly locals will help you find your way to the antique and artist’s shops as well as the social events and attractions in and around Greensboro. A quaint general store, post office, church and library complete the picture.
The house is equipped with everything you need to make your stay comfortable. It is not winterized and so can be rented ONLY during the Summer and early Fall.
The lakehouse consists of two structures.
The main gathering area has a full kitchen and a great-room with fireplace, puzzles, games and books as well as a deck with beautiful views of the lake.
Across the breezeway is the pine 'bunk house' with six bedrooms and two baths, which can easily sleep 12 people. And with the cool summer nights and the occasional calling of the loons on the lake, sleeping can be a magnificent experience.
The separate cottage, with one bedroom and full bath, small, fully equipped kitchenette and living room can accommodate 2 adults. It has it's own private parking and entrance and a full deck overlooking the lake.
Summer Concerts & Lectures, Picnicking, and a wonderful General Store