Condo associations

Spruce Peak

Spruce Peak

In order to meet the demands of a rapidly growing slope side community, Stowe Mountain Resort and Spruce Peak Realty have begun construction to advance and expand the family amenities and services at Spruce Peak. Several new facilities will be built around a new ice rink that will double as a community plaza and green in the summer. These amenities will include a new state-of-the-art children's Adventure Center with ski / ride school, year-round daycare facilities, and a children's activities center. A new Stowe Mountain Club Alpine Clubhouse will also be delivered as a part of the expansion. Retail shops, restaurants, food markets and a parking garage for Club members, will additionally be constructed to enhance the Spruce Peak Plaza. This exciting next phase of development is the culmination of conversations with many Spruce Peak owners, Club members and resort guests throughout the past ten years. See more online.


Notch Brook Estates

At the Notchbrook Condominiums in Stowe, VT, you are 5 minutes to the base of the ski area, ready to enjoy first tracks down the mountain. In the afternoon, experience the best of what Notchbrook has to offer from the sanctity of its outdoor heated swimming pool. After a day of hiking, biking, skiing or walking, relax and ease those sore muscles in our male and female saunas. Top off a fantastic day with dinner at one of the many fine restaurants in Stowe — just minutes from our door.



Stowe's Stonybrook condominium association is centrally located just off the Mountain Road between Stowe Village and Stowe Mountain Resort, offering exquisite views of Mt. Mansfield and the surrounding farmland. Stonybrook Condo Rentals With an exhaustive list of amenities, there's something for everyone at Stonybrook, including several outdoor swimming pools (summer only), tennis courts, and spa and game rooms. Plus, just out the door is Stowe's infamous rec path.


Nestled on a hillside overlooking the picturesque New England village of Stowe, Vermont, Mountainside Resort offers a comfortable and reasonably priced year round lodging experience for couples, families, and small groups.

Adams Mill

Adajcent to the historic Moscow Village, and one mile down river from the center of Stowe, Adams Mill Conservation project offers an unprecedented opportunity to live in an ecologically and environmentally responsible private community. Bordered by the Little River and surrounded by beautiful, pristine countryside, conveniently located with access to major roads, local services and Stowe Mountain Resort. A private, quiet community, residents have access to common land, which includes a river walk, 30 acres of recreational forest, abutting state woodland and adjoining trail networks. The spacious home sites range from one-half acres to four plus acres.

Robinson Springs

Robinson Springs

Robinson Springs is a very special subdivision located in the mountains of Stowe, Vermont. Because of it's elevation, the views of Mt. Mansfield, Vermont's highest mountain, are magnificant. Although not all home sites have this view, most have incredible mountain vista views.

The development was initially approved in the 1980's. Robinson Springs, Stowe, VT consists of approximately 650 acres and is divided by 6 phases of permit approvals. The lot sizes range between 2 acres to 34 acres. Each lot has a conservation zone to protect owners' privacy and the natural environment. The conservation zone is approximately 40% of the total development.

Robinson Springs Trails meander through the entire acreage of rolling, wooded hillside and link up with Stowe's prized network of trails.

Owners of real estate in Robinson Springs can use the common facilities Robinson Springs, pond, which include a swimming pond, trails and tennis courts. There is a home owners association which deals primarily with the private roads - plowing and grading - and common area upkeep.

Mansfield View

Located just a few short miles from Stowe Village, Mansfield View is an established neighborhood with mostly primary home owners and a few second home owners. The neighborhood gets its name from the views afforded to many of the homes, which look out over the Stowe valley to the Green Mountains and Stowe Mountain Resort.