This is one very unique property! I'm grateful to have arrived in daylight the first trek down the drive although the provided directions are terrific. My Prius managed the road well enough but I was quietly cautious. Low clearance, after all. Few should be surprised to recognize the rains had left some ruts in the road. No big deal; it's a back road in Vermont!
If you value the serenity and peacefulness of Vermont woods, the sounds from a hearty brook and the whimsy and charm found in a home that's been well-tended then you'll love this home! Waking each morning to daylight breaking through the huge windows with green everywhere was both comforting and exhilarating. My husband and I just loved it! [And he's not a morning person.]
The hot tub was a most welcome treat; perfectly ready when we arrived.
Lots of reading nooks and spots for gathering for games or conversation. It's a home that invites community.
I loved the brick floor in the dining area! I loved the use of windows everywhere! I loved the open, connected feeling of the home -- despite the fact that there are five levels! Did I mention whimsy? This is a delightful property for those who are happy being away from the village.
Internet access was good. We never got around to turning on a tv although there were two. Our cell phone service was not so good -- better on the upper levels than on the first floor. [Verizon] My friends and relatives were local calls so the land line in the home worked well for me.
We were on a quest for Vermont microbreweries this trip. We made easy day trips to Shelburne, Burlington, Waterbury, Stowe, Morrisville, and Greensboro Bend. There are many good eateries in the area these days. Johnson had two spots in town. Morrisville's Bees Knees continues to be fun and Stowe has whatever one might want.