|Space||2,400 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||60 nights|
Renovated and expanded 1850's home in the tiny village of East Barnard. Beautifully furnished and complete. Eat-in kitchen with adjoining screened-in porch, living room, family room, music room/office, and half bath all on first floor. Three bedrooms, full bath, and sewing/crafts room on second floor. Peaceful country setting beside meadows; swim holes; easy access to Silver Lake in Barnard and to Woodstock, South Royalton and White River Junction, VT and Dartmouth College and Hanover, NH. Two-car garage. Hiking trails. Community activities all summer. Very friendly little village. No pets or smoking.
Joani and Glenn are retired Vermont educators and spend summers in Maine.
Glenn and Joani Yankee purchased this house in 1999
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
My Standard Rate
60 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$1,300|
Looking for long-term renters. Two month minimum rental required. Available only June 1-September 30. May be extended into October for foliage season.
Deposit equal to one month rent and first month rent required when booking. Thereafter, rent is due one week before each month. Deposit, less any deduction for damage or unusual cleaning, will be refunded. Minimum stay is two months.
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Walk from house through meadows woods and on quiet country roads. Tiny village with many summer activities. Near the attractions and activities in Woodstock, Quechee, White River Junction, Montpelier, Lebanon and Hanover. Excellent location from which to tour Vermont and New Hampshire. Hiking, biking, bird-watching, swimming, antiquing. Close to Silver Lake State Park. Summer non-denominational church services. Golf courses nearby.