Surrounded by 60 acres and enjoying sweeping views of the established pasture, meadows and forest, this former farmstead is located on the edge of Barnard Village and at the gateway to the Chateauguay-No Town recreational area with thousands of acres of undeveloped land. The antique dwelling has been comprehensively renovated with a new addition providing modern mechanical function wrapped in the classic Cape-style architectural form. A portion of the land is enrolled in Vermont's Current Use Program and offers a prime agricultural option for a variety of purposes. Nearby Silver Lake and Barnard Village Store provide social contact and services in a tranquil rural community treasured by its residents.
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. Read more about luxury homes in Vermont