On the Market: A Grand Vermont Getaway

Woodstock Farm is inspired by the landscape of the northeast.


Photo via Sotheby’s International Realty

1959 Cox District Road, Woodstock, VT
Price: $8,750,000
Size: 5,960 square feet and 206 acres
Bedrooms: 9
Baths: 6

Renown architect Rick Joy is behind these dramatic shingle and stone structures, set on over 200 acres of Vermont countryside and built in 2008. Woodstock Farm is among the architect’s major works, inspired by the landscape of the northeast with attention to craftsmanship and contemporary design. The main residence is an 152-foot elongated gable house with end walls made of Lake Champlain bedrock, and ceilings and side walls clad with cedar. After entering into the open living room and kitchen on the first floor, a hallway leads back to three bedrooms and a master suite, all with large windows poised for taking in the landscape. Among other amenities, the barn has a bunk room, guest suite, and basketball court. It looks out onto a spring-fed swimming pond. Although the farm is a private setting, it’s minutes from Woodstock and in close proximity to Hanover, New Hampshire.

For information contact Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, sothebysrealty.com.

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