New Listing! Our charming and newly renovated 1830’s farmhouse is situated on 50 acres of open fields, and apple and maple sugar orchards. The home has three bedrooms, one and one-half bathrooms, galley kitchen, dining room and living room. All freshly painted, with new electrical and plumbing throughout. It also has a large porch with Adirondack chairs and breathtaking views of the Green Mountains and the Taconics. A flock of seven sheep graze on the pastures. There are lovely walking trails, and a campfire and picnic area in the fields surrounding the farmhouse.
Bedrooms: Two bedrooms with double beds, and a third bedroom with three twin beds. New mattresses. Accommodates 7 people. All bed linens are provided.
Bathrooms: Full bath downstairs and new half-bath upstairs – towels provided
Kitchen: Galley kitchen equipped with all cooking and eating utensils with refrigerator, stove, double sink, coffee maker, toaster
Living Room: Charming seating area with braided rugs and woodstove
Dining Room: Antique table with seating for up to 10 people
Porch: Southerly views of the Green Mountains and Tectonics with Adirondack chairs and dining area
Extras: Small gas grill for outdoor cooking, picnic area, and campfire in the upper apple orchard
Heat: Home is heated with a woodstove – wood is provided and stored in the attached barn
Farmhouse is available for Rental from April 1 - November 30.
We use the farmhouse on weekends, it is only a short distance away from our home in Brandon. Our business is Visual Learning Systems, where we produce educational science software, etextbooks and online video subscriptions for K-12 classrooms.
We purchased this hilltop farm as a weekend getaway, and for the beautiful pastures where our sheep graze during the spring, summer and fall. There are also many wild apple trees - and every fall we make cider from these delicious, tart apples. In the spring, we tap the maple trees and make enough syrup for our family and friends.
The property is one of the few remaining farms with open fields in Goshen. The land is situated next to the Green Mountain National Forest which provides endless possibilities of outdoor recreation, including xc skiing, hiking, swimming, boating, birding and fishing.
The farmhouse is only 7 miles from Brandon’s village center where you can enjoy its many shops, restaurants and galleries, 16 miles from Middlebury, 8 miles from Middlebury College’s Breadloaf Campus, and a mile from Blueberry Hill Inn. The property is located within the Moosalamoo National Recreation Area – offering endless walking, hiking and mountain biking trails. Swim or kayak at nearby Silver Lake or Sugar Hill Reservoir and fish in the local trout streams or small lakes. Visit Branbury State Park on Lake Dunmore for excellent beach, swimming and boating. This is the location of several triathalons each summer.
Great Restaurants in Brandon (Cafe Provence) and in Middlebury (Storm Cafe and American Flatbread)
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|50% deposit: check or credit card|
|Fees And Taxes||9% Vermont Rooms and Meals Tax|
|Rent: $975 per week or $200/night (three night minimum)|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.