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415 Uphill Ln Dorset, Vermont, 05253 United States

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203 Depot Street
Manchester, Vermont, 05255 United States   

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BIRCHMEADOW
  • $2,950,000 AMERICAN DOLLAR

Details for 415 Uphill Ln

Beds
8
Full Baths
7
Partial Baths
1
Sq Ft.
16,000
Acres
47.22
PRICE / SQ. FT.
$184
 
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About : 415 Uphill Ln, Dorset, Vermont

A simply outstanding opportunity, this private, 47 acre Country Estate with a 11,000 SF Colonial residence, a three-bedroom guest house, a four-car garage with caretaker's apartment, equipment barn, swimming pool and two build-able lots is now offered at less than 30% if its original construction cost. With expansive living spaces, a three-floor elevator, 9 fireplaces, a true cook's kitchen with hand painted cabinets and stone tops, a media room and library with custom butternut cabinetry, elegant bedroom suites and outdoor spaces that include a screened porch, stone terraces and covered porches that flank the view side, the additional amenities include a 2 bath pool house, large dog run, greenhouse, formal gardens, 2-story barn and a 3-car carport and generator room. Highlighted by exquisite landscaping in the heart of Southern Vermont, equidistant from NYC and Boston, Birchmeadow is perfect for use as a family compound or multi-generational gathering place.

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Marketed By

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203 Depot Street
Manchester, Vermont, 05255 United States   
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Property ID:
254FRX
MLS ID:
3058863

Amenities

  • Barn
  • Granite Countertops
  • Guest House
  • Library
  • Security System
  • Tennis Court
  • Gardens
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Media Room / Home Theater
  • Outdoor Kitchen
  • Private Elevator
  • Staff Quarters
  • Terrace / Outdoor Space
  • Wine Cellar / Grotto
  • Outdoor Pool
  • 3 Fireplaces
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About : Vermont

In many ways, Vermont is the getaway state. As one of the country’s least populated, it’s the place to get away from traffic, congestion, noise and even visual assaults. You won’t find a billboard on its highways. They’ve been banned since 1968. In getting away from it all, however, folks find much that draws them in. Covered bridges, crisp air, 300,0000 acres of state-own forestland, towns with a Saturday Evening Post kind of patina and, of course, maple syrup.

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About this area

Known for its role in the American Revolution, if you are looking to settle down in a true Vermont town you have found your place in Dorset. Today, Dorset has retained much of its original Vermont appeal while remaining current, cosmopolitan and community-oriented, particularly as a result of its close proximity to four seasons of outdoor activities, world-class arts and entertainment, best of New England skiing and seemingly limitless opportunities for dining, socializing and shopping. The traditional Dorset Green home is as historic as you can get - bright whites, green shutters, crisp, clean, classic, with level fenced lots of brilliant green lawns and wrought iron fences. Uniquely independent yet communally elegant, these are the types of homes long coveted by Vermont lovers throughout the Northeast. The surrounding areas of Dorset Village are populated with unique and charming homes and retreats ranging from lovely to magnificent . . . cozy stone cottages, Adirondack lodges complete with trout ponds, rolling estates as fine and elegant as any in all of Vermont. All close to town, all with exceptional amounts of green space and outdoor living, most with majestic views of Mt. Equinox, these homes represent the ultimate mix of local convenience and personal privacy.

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