Nestled in the Green Mountains near Woodstock, Vermont, the Stonehill Farm comprises 185 acres of rolling countryside, a 9,000-square-foot stone mansion, a heated horse barn, a “Class A” grass tennis court, and a 12,000-square-foot field house with indoor Har Tru tennis court. In the tradition of old world craftsmanship high on a south-facing hillside overlooking Mt. Ascutney, this stunning, stone and cedar home features the finest quality materials.
Designed by NYC-based architect Alan Wanzenberg, the 15-room main house boasts seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a large gourmet kitchen, living room, formal and informal dining rooms and 3,200-bottle wine cellar.
The 70′ x 150′ heated barn includes 10-oversize horse stalls, expandable to 28 stalls, oak paneled tack room, observation bar/lounge, manager’s apartment above, and workshop.
The property includes a wonderful mixture of woodland, maintained lawn and upland meadow. Spectacular views of Mount Ascutney are to the southwest overlooking the barn from the residence.
The price has not been revealed, but given that Stonehill Farm is owned by the same people who recently listed a New Hampshire lake house for $7.5 million, it probably won’t be cheap.