Mt Mansfield Condo Rental Photos and Description
The Annex Building dates back to the mid-nineteenth century during the first big building boom in Stowe. You will have no problem locating the four white pillars which distinguish the “Annex” façade from other buildings in the village as you come in on—from both the West and the East—scenic VT Route 100. The exposed wood beams inside create a warm and inviting space for guests who want access to the Vermont landscape as well as the quintessential village life. Our newly-renovated two-bedroom and two full-bath condo is ideal for the getaway couple, a family of four to six, or two couples who can each have their own floor.
The gathering place is on the second floor where you can prepare meals using local ingredients from a farmer’s market in a fully-equipped kitchen in view of your traveling companions reveling in the day’s adventure around an antique tavern table. The original deck allows you to overlook Main Street under a blanket of snow or in northern hardwood autumn colors. Retreating upstairs with a cup of hot cocoa and a good book in hand is a natural end to the day or it might be searching the internet on a sturdy arts and crafts style desk while looking through a round top window at a towering stand of evergreen. The condo won’t be overloaded with gear because the walkout basement has plenty of room to store your bikes, skis, or canoe.
This description of the Annex Building gives you an idea of perhaps how unique this space is nestled away in the village of Stowe but it still doesn’t give you an idea of what Vermont is about. Vermont is more than the Long Trail, Stowe Ski Area, and maple syrup. It is a working landscape bordered by Lake Champlain, the Connecticut River Valley, and the Eastern Townships of Quebec and powered by gritty, independent, thrifty, and undeniably likable locals.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
Why Genevieve Law chose Mt Mansfield
What Eric learned from being an innkeeper on Martha’s Vineyard is that travelers most fondly remember trips where they connected to people and place. All you need is a sense of adventure, a little bit of local knowledge, and plenty of room to explore with family and friends. This is the philosophy behind the Annex which has many of the personalized aspects of an inn without being an inn. It is our hope that with the contents of this webpage, as many informative phone discussions or e-mail chats as necessary, and a personal welcome at the beginning of your stay you will have the basis for that memorable trip. We would like nothing better than for you to genuinely enjoy your stay and experience firsthand what makes Vermont so special.
Thanks for checking out the Annex,
Geneviève and Eric Law