Lovely wooded home in Hardwick, VT
- Smoking Allowed
- Pets Allowed
- Swimming Pool
This home is three miles from Hardwick Village, located on 20 acres of woods, primarily maple trees and has a lovely year-round stream that flows by the house. The house is of a natural/bohemian decor and constructed with natural materials. There are lots of new updates with more coming all of the time! There is parking, a washer/dryer available, wireless internet, and full-use of bathroom and kitchen. The house will have essentially whatever you need! Two woodstoves warm the house during the winter, as well as a forced air Rinnai heater. There's a new enclosed 3-season porch with a sleeping loft and deck constructed from wood milled from trees on the land and finished with Hardwick's own Vermont Natural Coatings.Guest Access
We have 20 acres, with hundreds of acres of woods behind us! Nichols Pond and Nichols Ledge are within walking distance - hike up to see the beautiful view! The house has two bedrooms and one and a half baths, internet, apple tv, netflix, piano, guitar, full kitchen, washer/dryer, woodstove, games, sunroom, large dining table, and lovely natural and simple decor. The stream next to the house is deep enough to soak in, or spend some lazy time right next to it in the hammock (during the warmer seasons, of course!)Interaction with Guests
While I work during the days (have the holidays off), I will be available to assist you, or have my property manager available.The Neighborhood
Hardwick is a lovely town - several choices for food, a walking bridge over the Lamoille River, Nichols Pond and Nichols Ledge, Buffalo Mountain Co-op, and many great food and beverage producers - some of the best in the world! Cabot, Caledonia Spirits, Hill Farmstead Brewery, Jasper Hill Cheese, and more! Hardwick, VT, featured in the book The Town That Food Saved and in many media outlets, has become a local foods mecca for those interested in local food and sustainable agriculture. Come and check out all that's going on within the sustainable agriculture world here! ~ Buffalo Mountain Co-op ~ Vermont Food Venture Center ~ The Center for an Agricultural Economy ~ Vermont Soy ~ Vermont Natural Coatings ~ Pete's Greens ~ High Mowing Seeds ~ The Cellars at Jasper Hill (Best cheese in the world) ~ Caledonia Spirits (Best gin the the world!) ~ Hill Farmstead Brewery (Best beer in the world!) ~ Cabot Cheese ~ and more, including sugarhouses, hiking, etc. It is also about 1 hr to several downhill ski areas (Stowe, Burke Mtn., Jay Peak, Smuggler's Notch, and Sugarbush) and is located about 20 minutes from the Craftsbury Outdoor Center for cross country skiing and sculling. Opening soon is a new theater in Greensboro, which is also home to Caspian Lake and Willey's Store. Hardwick's restaurant choices include Havana 802 and also Positive Pie with wood-fired pizza. There's also good food options at the Buffalo Mountain Co-op, Hardwick Village Diner, Hardwick House of Pizza, and Connie's Kitchen. Nichols Pond is motor-free and is about 1 mile away and offers a beautiful view if you climb up to Nichols Ledge (about a 15 min. hike) or is a lovely place to swim or take a kayak out. I personally like to ride my bike there and hop in the water! There is a VAST snowmobile trail crossing the property (good access for snowmobilers, but doesn't disrupt your peace).Getting Around
You will need a vehicle here - there is no public transportation. 4-Wheel Drive is recommended for the winter.Other Things to Note
Make sure to go slowly down the driveway. IF THE GPS TRIES TO TAKE YOU UP DUSTY SWAMP RD OR COITS POND RD FIND AN ALTERNATIVE ROUTE!!!! Please check your route before going on the back roads once you get close to the house. These roads are class 4 roads that become snowmobile roads in the winter.
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