Woodstock Farmhouse Rental Photos and Description
5 Bedroom, 3 Bath Home On 57 Bucolic Acres (Sleeps 8)
Enjoy life in a fully-restored, rebuilt and expanded 1860 Greek Revival farmhouse on 57 bucolic acres adjacent to the Appalachian Trail in South Pomfret, Vermont. The tranquil and picturesque property encompasses fields, meadows, stream, and barns, and hiking trails leading to the summit of Breakneck Hill.
This charming and architecturally distinctive home has five bedrooms, three bathrooms, patio off eating kitchen area, a screened porch with views of a meadow and hillside, a unique living-dining room with working gas fireplace and bay window with beautiful views of the property. The kitchen is an open floorplan with all new appliances including microwave, refrigerator, stove, dishwasher and coffeemaker and is fully equipped with every utensil you will need. The lower level media room has a sectional sofa equipped with satellite TV, DVD and VCR for movie nights.
High speed internet access is throughout the house via WiFi. A separate laundry room off the first floor hall has a high capacity washer and dryer.
The barn has four garage bays with electric garage doors and ample space for bike and ski storage. The barn is equipped with 4.2 kilowatt photovoltaic solar panel array, which, combined with the house's geothermal heating system and stream fed micro-turbine, make Breakneck Hill Farm a zero energy farmhouse.
The house is a 5 minute walk to the Teago General Store with a Post Office and the South Pomfret library. Suicide Six is a half a mile from the front door and the Woodstock village is an easy 5 minute drive.
Opportunities abound at this property and surrounding area. Enjoy golf, tennis, antiquing, swimming, health club, fly fishing, horse back riding, biking on country roads, hiking and walking. Appalachian Trail, Silver Lake, GMHA, Killington and shopping are all nearby.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Emma Schmell
Owners are an architect and an artist with an interest in historic preservation and new, innovative, green technologies.
Emma Schmell purchased this farmhouse in 1997
Why Emma Schmell chose Woodstock
Have a family history with the area, and the Rockefellers. Loved the location with its county setting but close proximity to the village. It allows us to truly unwind but have access to necessary amenities and support local Vermont businesses.