1809 Beaver Meadow Road, Vershire, Vermont
Size: 1,642 square feet
Built as a hunting lodge in the ’60s, this rounded residence in Vermont was overhauled in the early aughts. Now, it’s a one-of-a-kind home that runs on solar power.
To get there, its new owners will meander up long gravel road, where the house is tucked into a hillside overlooking a lake. The entire property stretches to a whopping 195 acres, or more than three times the size of Boston Common.
Almost everything about the place is cozy, from its semicircular stone fireplace to its sauna and steam rooms. There’s a wood stove in one of the bedrooms, too, plus a cast iron tub in the master bath. The rounded great room comes with a bright-red spiral staircase leading to the second level, not to mention huge floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the surrounding woodland.
For information, contact Mark Roden, BH&G, The Masiello Group, bhgre.com.
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