Listed by Ipj Real Estate
Perched well above the Stone Valley Byway in the historic town of Hubbardton Vermont, this quaint home was built by the current owner and is set in a stunning and private spot with walking trails, a stream, pond and a glorious grove of trees. A portion of the house was built using a 100 year old reclaimed barn frame from East Montpelier and is adorned with Hubbardton Forge prototype fixtures and a lovely sliding stained glass window from the Proctor Estate. A nature lover's paradise, this property has plenty of interesting features including a writing cabin (or potter's shed) with a separate electric meter, an antique water wheel, trout stocked pond with small "cabin" and solar panels that charge batteries (so helpful if the power goes out!) and feed the grid! The property is beautifully manicured with plenty of room for gardens or animals. About half way between Castleton University and Middlebury College - it's a perfectly beautiful commute either way!