Vermont

Geoffrey Wolcott of Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty has listed 506 N. Hill Road, Stowe, Vermont for $10,950,000.

Curious how far your money will go in Vermont? Why not consider this oasis of luxury, privacy, and visual indulgence. For $11 million dollars, you can own a secluded retreat that epitomizes the “rustic modern country experience.” And trust us, you won’t be able to take your eyes off it!

Privately nestled on 68.47-pristine-acres, sits this eleven-bedroom, twelve-full-and-three-half-bathroom estate awaiting its new owner. According to the listing, the property includes “stone walls, hardscapes, ledge outcroppings, curated plantings, woodland paths, streams, and deep interconnected ponds.” If that doesn’t entice you, there’s more … so much more.

For starters, Stowe is a coveted mountain enclave located in northern Vermont. It’s known for breathtaking trails, fantastic ski slopes, and the famed “Little River,” which runs right through the heart of town. And here at 506 N. Hill Road, you’ll live close to it all yet feel world’s away. (more…)

Our Steal: 327 Fletcher Schoolhouse Road, Woodstock, Vermont is currently listed by Carol Wood of Williamson Group Sotheby’s International Realty for $2,700,000.

What’s better than a year-round destination offering picturesque beauty and timeless New England charm? How about being centrally located on the banks of the Ottauquechee River and at the crossroad of the Vermont Scenic Byway? Add some Windsor County Green Mountain views, and it’s easy to see why today’s Splurge vs. Steal is situated in idyllic Woodstock, Vermont.

We’ve located two incredible Woodstock retreats, both with impressive acreage and stunning architectural styles but with price points that are miles apart. Which one would you choose? The hilltop classic splurge or the charming Bybrook Farm steal? Be sure to let us know in the comments!

Take your pick on SecondShelters.com