PRIVACY and SERENITY await you at this magnificent setting on Daniels Pond, a year round vacation destination in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. A PERFECT GETAWAY for family, friends, and couples who love to experience the beauty of nature as adventurers and relax in the magical setting. Beautifully decorated with fully equipped kitchen, 4 spacious bedrooms, including MBR suite with sitting area and whirlpool,family room, LR with elegant stone fireplace, DR for 10, open wrap around porch, walkout lower level with W/D, 2 car garage, waterfront with dock and canoe.Right at your paradise enjoy breathtaking sunsets, shooting stars, fall foliage, the beauty of osprey, herons, loons, and moose, canoeing/kayaking on the peaceful waters, swimming, relaxing on your raft, fishing, hiking, biking, ATV riding, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, ice-fishing, ice-skating and snowmobiling on VAST. And less than one hour away ski JAY, STOWE, and BURKE. IT DOESN'T GET MUCH BETTER THAN THIS!
A big hello to our guests from Michael and Sandra. Here is a little info about the proud owners of Paradise on Daniels Pond, aka Terrapin Station. We both were born and raised in the beautiful country suburbs of Phila, Pa, Michael in Chester Springs and Sandra in Yardley, and we are both grads of Penn State. Go State! Although we did not know each other until 2003, when the wonderful internet then brought us together, Match.Com, yes it does work! While building Terrapin Station, we would stay at the enchanted Inn on the Common in the picturesque town of Craftsburry Common, VT. Here we became engaged and then off to the chapel on the Common to marry in 2006. We now reside in our Pa dream home, a restored farmhouse circa 1812, in the quaint town of Birchrunville, with our 2 goats Templeton and Archie, our 3 cats Curious, A.J. and Chi, and of course the kids-young adults, Alexander, Connor and Taylor. And yes Michael is a long time fan of the Grateful Dead and Sandra, the Rolling Stones.
Ahh, Vermont. The beauty of all that nature has to offer at its best! We both were fortunate to experience the wonders of Vermont in our earlier years. Michael's first entre to the Kingdom was in 1978, with one of several visits to the renown Bread and Puppet Theater in Glover. Wanting more of this beautiful state, Michael moved to Waitsfield from 1982 - 1985, working at Sugarbush, loving every moment. Sandra's first of many visits was in 1980 with her childhood friend who grew up spending summer and winter vacations at their lake house near Rutland. Skiing Killington, Okemo, Magic, bushwacking, water skiing, skating, hiking and loving it!. On to the year 2005 when we were ready to find our second dream home. We had Vermont in our hearts and knew that our desire to have serenity, beauty, privacy, the wonders of nature, and year round outdoor activities were all in this beautiful state. So we went for it and began the search and found our piece of paradise on the internet, and in Glover, where it all began! Yes, the internet has been good to us. At the time the property was a rough clearing with a foundation on 55 wooded acres, with an unbelieveable view of the water and mountains, and 1800 feet of shoreline, just absolutely beautiful. Feb of 2006 our dream home was ready. The first knock on our door were our pond neighbors Linda and Arthur, who welcomed us and offered their hospitality and to stop by anytime. This is what the people of the Kingdom are all about. In 2010 we were ready to offer our home to others to be able to enjoy this magical place. The Kingdom is One of the Most Beautiful Places in America. We are very thankful!