Three miles up in the hills above the village of Woodstock, at the end of a private road, Maplecrest Farm, situated at the edge of a vast high meadow, commands spectacular views to the north and to the west where the Green Mountains & Killington Mountain dominate the horizon. The property also has trail connections to GMHA in South Woodstock. The main, 4-bedroom house makes extraordinary use of towering windows to showcase the abundant flora, fauna, and magnificent sunsets. In addition to the organic garden, heirloom apple orchard, and infrared sauna, there are two delightful cottages with full kitchens for guests, in-laws or rental income. Since 1994, the woodlands have been managed as a successful maple sugaring operation. If maple sugaring is to be continued, the sugaring equipment can be purchased separately or can be removed by the owner. Maplecrest is a beautiful retreat offering 45 acres of peace and privacy at a remarkable value.
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This 6 bedroom, 4 bathroom Single Family home
for sale in Woodstock, VT
is currently listed for $1,395,000.
Featuring a lot size of 45.0 Acres,
747 Grove Hill
was built in 1995 and
has been on ERA.com for 180 days.
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