Listing Tools

Retreat into the Green Mountains with your own 500-acre Vermont country homestead. Thousands of maple trees turn the mountainside into a vibrant shade of red in the fall, and flow with sap in the spring. Terrain includes ledges, terraces, valleys, brooks, waterfalls and views of Elmore Mountain, Worcester Range and Mt. Mansfield. The current owners have operated 6,000 taps and there is potential for approximately 29,000 taps! Enjoy the peace and quiet of the woods from the comfortable 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 2,496 square foot log home. Or get out and hike the many trails and old logging roads that exist throughout the property. Fully self-sufficient, the homestead is completely off-the-grid as it is powered by solar and has an upscale 'Buderus' boiler that uses bio-fuel to run the heat.....along with a Hearthstone woodstove and two wood-burning Rumford fireplaces. The power supply, batteries and generator sit in a custom-built, weather sealed outbuilding just beyond the home that is designed and optimized for safe storage and prolonged use of the utilities. Experience the essence of Vermont country living, and if you want to, you can live like it's 1850 but with all of the modern conveniences!

Property Details of 1285 Keeler Pond Road

Property Details

Interior Features

Exterior Features

Utilities and Appliances

Community

Other Details

Map Location

Driving Directions

Listed by Bateman Group of Pall Spera Company Realtors-Stowe Village
Broker Reciprocity

Copyright 2018 Northern New England Real Estate Network, Inc. All rights reserved. This information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. The data relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the IDX Program of NEREN. Subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change or withdrawal without notice. This web site is updated daily.

 

 

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

$

Do not fill in this field: