Greensboro Farmhouse Rental Photos and Description
Farmhouse, 5 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 12-15)
Lovely 1890’s Vermont farmhouse on 130 acres of fields and woods overlooking beautiful Caspian Lake. Three miles from Greensboro, one of the prettiest villages in the Northeast Kingdom, with a public beach, charming library, and a general store voted Best in the State by Vermont Magazine. High speed broadband internet with wireless access throughout the house.
An hour’s drive to Stowe and Mt. Mansfield to the west or St. Johnsbury to the east, and twenty minutes’ drive to Bread and Puppet Theater’s home and museum in Glover. Many nearby back roads with stunning views for walking or exploring in the car. Ben and Jerry’s and Cabot Creamery tours within an hour’s drive, and an hour and a half to Burlington with the Lake Champlain ferry, Shelburne Museum and the University of Vermont campus.
Five bedrooms, two full bathrooms each with tub/shower, sleeps twelve comfortably, sixteen in a pinch. Fully-appointed kitchen, washer and dryer, new furnace and hot water heater (both 2011), working fireplace, deck with a view of the lake, dry, protected shed with ping-pong table, and canoe available. Ideal for groups, or two families with children age four and older. Four-and-a-half hours’ drive from Boston, one-and-a-half hour’s drive to nearest airport in Burlington, 45 minutes to bus depot in Montpelier.
Keywords: Farm, Historic house,
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- children welcome
- limited accessibility
- wheelchair accessible
About Steve Lotspeich
I live in Waterbury Center, Vermont with my wife, three children, and two dogs. I am the Community Planner for the Town and Village of Waterbury and enjoy gardening and playing music. I enjoy managing our farm in Greensboro with the assistance of my brother and sister who live in Massachussets.
Steve Lotspeich purchased this farmhouse in 1967
Why Steve Lotspeich chose Greensboro
Our parents purchased the farm in 1967 and completely reconstructed the farmhouse at that time. Greensboro is a beautiful rural community with a rich history. Caspian Lake is great for lots of activities.
What makes this farmhouse unique
Staying at our farm is very relaxing with lots of opportunities to explore the hayfields and woods, and surrounding countryside. We have a large vegetable garden that is also available for harvesting by guests.