On the Market: A Midcentury Modern Retreat in Vermont
94 Lovers Lane, Moretown, Vt.
Size: 3,376 square feet
A hand-built treasure in rural Vermont is looking for new tenants. Located in Moretown on the banks of the Mad River, this midcentury modern gem was built for former TIME contributor and editor Jon Larsen in 1967. To build the the home, Larsen enlisted the help of former This Old House host Jock Gifford and friend Martin Mull. Mull, the actor of Clue and Sabrina the Teenage Witch fame, was a student at Rhode Island of School of Design at the time. (Mull also grew up in midcentury modern mecca New Canaan, Conn.)
The riverside retreat is a two-home complex that’s made up of the main house and a caretaker’s cottage. Almost every space in the two-bedroom main house opens to a patio, where there’s a hot tub and a natural soaking pool. The cottage boasts two bedrooms, as well as a two-car garage, a spa, a sauna, and a steam room built into a ledge on the property. Proceeds from the sale will benefit Sterling College, where Larsen is the chair of its board of trustees.
For information, contact Peter Tucker at Sotheby’s International Realty Stowe, fourseasonssir.com.
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