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Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty 1 Winter/Spring 2014

News, Views, & Real Estate


Sited on ten park-like acres this exceptional residence is ideally located just minutes from Stowe village and the ski area. The country contemporary home with beautiful open floor plan features Brazilian cherry floors, crown molding, cathedral ceilings, a 23 ft. marble fireplace, marble master and guest bathrooms along with custom built-in cabinets throughout. The dining room incorporates a tray ceiling with panoramic views of the gardens and pond. Outdoors features include two ponds with fountains, two stone patios with extensive use of stone walls and exterior lighting, multi-tiered decks and gardens with views of the Worcester Range. $1,295,000

Stowe Area 580 Mountain Road Stowe, VT 05672 Tel: 802.253.7267 Toll Free: 877-779-7980 x104 Fax: 802.253.5189

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This striking structure is located on a private 29 acre property overlooking Waterbury Reservoir with one of the best viewscapes in Vermont. Easterly exposure embraces morning sunrises over the Worcester Range of the Green Mountains. Private yet conveniently located close to Stowe and Sugarbush Ski Resorts with easy access to Burlington VT. Property is home to an abundance of wildlife including a deep trout pond stocked with mature Rainbow Trout. $1,950,000 • 580 Mountain Road, Stowe • 802.253.7267 •

Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty 2 Eight Million Dollar Snowmaking Investment Pays Dividends Stowe Mountain Resort receives an average of 300+ inches of natural snow on Vermont’s highest peak each ski season. Even with one of the most productive natural snow environments east of the Rockies, Stowe is currently investing more in snowmaking than any other resort. From incomparable snow surfaces to modern lifts, mountain access technologies, world-class amenities and exceptional service, Stowe Mountain Resort differentiates itself by being bigger than a mountain. The ongoing mountain improvements that have taken place over the past decade in Stowe are too numerous to mention here, but at the core of it all and the genesis of a half-billion dollar master plan is snowmaking. Beginning with the formation of a 116 million gallon water storage area named Peregrine Lake and New England’s first and only fully-automated snowmaking system on Spruce Peak, snowmaking at Stowe Mountain Resort has become a new benchmark for the ski industry. Stowe Mountain Resort’s continued investment in its state-of-the-art snowmaking operations include an additional 3.4 million dollars in new equipment and upgrades this summer, which consist of 100 HKD tower guns, 3 Super Pole Cat fan guns and miles of new snowmaking pipe. Add that to the 4.7 million invested last summer for a two year total that includes; 445 HKD tower guns,

150 energy efficient land guns, 20 Super Pole Cat fan guns and another seven miles of new snowmaking pipe. In addition to supplementing its already superlative snowmaking, the improvements allow Stowe to operate with greater energy efficiency and eliminate

over 100,000 gallons of diesel storage, use and emissions. From a skier’s standpoint, the new snowmaking increases potential for more early season terrain, increases overall snow quality and allows mountain operations to resurface the mountain quickly.





Walk to Smugglers Notch. Classic 4 bedroom colonial with one bedroom apartment over garage. Radiant heat, large kitchen with granite counters and stainless appliances. $315,000

Nicely maintained 4 bedroom, 2 bath home in a great family neighborhood sited on a level, well landscaped 2.15 acre lot with private deck and two car garage. $329,000

This 3BR, 3BA townhome offers outstanding views, warm and comfortable interior with quality furnishings, game room in the lower level and one car garage. $595,000

Very charming four bedroom, 2.5 bath Lindal Cedar home situated on a private 4 acre lot in Stowe Hollow with pond, mountain stream and views of the Worcester Range. $389,000



Outstanding 3 bedroom Townhome at Topnotch Resort and Spa. Radiant heat on all three floors, cherry floors on the main two living levels and a fully finished basement with custom cabinetry and bar. Chef designed kitchen with Wolfe and Sub-zero appliances, granite counters and custom tile work. Fully furnished and equipped. $829,000

Sited on a hill overlooking the Stowe Country Club this home enjoys sweeping views of the Worcester Mountain Range. Every room is designed to capture the sunlight and focuses on the splendor of the outdoors and mountain ranges. Attention to detail using the highest quality materials and exquisite finish work enhances the true beauty of this custom home. $1,795,000 • 580 Mountain Road, Stowe • 802.253.7267 •

Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty 3 Stowe Real Estate Market Report Residential home sales trending up 14% Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty reports that residential sales in Stowe through the first 10 months of 2013 have posted solid gains. Properties at all price points show progress with properties under $400,000 showing the largest increase in sales. The number of properties sold, including single family homes and condominiums increased 13.82% when compared to the same period last year. While the market is showing positive growth in sales, median home prices, the best measure of price appreciation, is actually down 1.35% year to date. At the same time, days on the market, an indicator of the health of the market declined nearly 34% to 218 days. This is still well over a six month period which is generally viewed as a balanced market. Stowe condominium sales show a rather interesting growth pattern with sales up 20% and median prices up a remarkable15.85 percent. This is good news because with an average of 319 days on market, these properties are selling at a slower rate than single family homes. Nationally home sales continue to improve with month over month increases occurring consistently over the last 27 months. Due to a shortage of inventory in many markets, median home prices nationwide continue forward with an improvement in excess of 10% annually. This improvement in median pricing is due, in large part, to the substantial collapse of value in many large real estate markets, especially, Florida, California, Nevada and Arizona in 2008 and 2009.

Vermont maintained value throughout the economic downturn. Because of this, price appreciation has been slow and steady. As inventory continues to fall, and days on the market find a balance point, well priced properties will continue to sell in a con-

tinually improving market. For more information regarding the value of your home or properties that you are considering purchasing, contact one of our Vermont Property Experts at Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty.





One of the finest townhouses at Stonybrook. This 3BR, 3BA unit was completely, professionally renovated and furnished. Wood floors, granite countertops and all new cabinetry complete this wonderful property. $369,000

Charming 3 bedroom 2 bath Cape sited on 3.2 acres with long distance views to the south. Located in Morrisville, has great access to Stowe. Second floor has an impressive master bedroom, bath and nice loft area. $295,000

Charming 2 bedroom home with dining room, living room with fireplace and lower walkout level which has been renovated into a master suite. Great location just south of Stowe village tucked into a wooded 1 acre lot. $292,500

Sited on 10 private acres this spacious 4 bedroom farmhouse features a 2 car garage, attractive decks, covered porch, security system, and unfinished walk out basement for easy expansion. $494,000



Recently remodeled in 2007, this tasteful residence is just minutes from Middlebury College. The custom-built home offers 4,150 square feet of flexible living space with jaw-dropping westerly views of Lemon Fair Valley and the Adirondacks. From the graceful entry, the residence opens to a sunny living room, and dining room with a dramatic 10 foot tray ceiling, new kitchen with breakfast nook and all-season porch overlooking your own private paradise. Generous outdoor deck and stone fire pit brings entertaining to an entirely new level. Over 13 acres of mature woods afford total privacy. $1,294,000

This interesting, architecturally significant home maximizes living on the lakefront with 146 feet of lake frontage. Patios and decks extend the living area with full outdoor kitchen and direct access to the lake. Use of granite, marble, mahogany and custom Lutron lighting provide a level of finish rarely seen in lakefront properties. A three bay garage includes access ramp to basement and a concrete boat launch provides access to the lake. Docks, two boat hoists and a slide allow for easy use of the lake. This property absolutely must be seen to be appreciated. $1,950,000 • 580 Mountain Road, Stowe • 802.253.7267 •

Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty 4 Stowe’s haunted bridge? Emily’s Bridge in Stowe looks like any other covered bridge in Vermont. But how the bridge makes people feel is an entirely different story. Officially called Gold Brook Bridge, the one-lane bridge was built in 1844. Over the years, the bridge has become better known as Emily’s Bridge, named after the young woman who is said to have died there heartbroken. There are many stories about Emily the ghost who supposedly haunts the Gold Brook Bridge. The most popular story is that she waited for the love of her life on the bridge all night. They were planning on running away together and getting married but Emily’s parents did not approve of her lover so they hired someone to make sure that he never got to the bridge. Emily thinking that he had abandoned her hung herself from the rafters on the bridge. There is no written historical evidence that Emily ever existed, however. The first mention of the bridge being haunted by someone named “Emily” came in 1968 when a high school student wrote a paper on the subject claiming that while he/she was using a Ouija board

on the bridge, an entity presented itself named Emily. Other people using Ouija boards have reported that an entity has identified itself as Emily and said that she was killed on the bridge by her finance’s mother. Whether Emily really existed remains a mystery, still, strange happenings have taken place at the bridge for many years. People say that if you visit the bridge at the right time, during the nighttime hours, you can hear a woman crying, screaming or feel her scratching at your car as you drive through the bridge. Many have also reported seeing a white apparition around the area of Emily’s Bridge. People that have parked their vehicle on the haunted bridge say they tend to hear banging noises from Emily hitting the vehicle on the outside, or a dragging sound across the tops of their cars. The most distinct paranormal events tend to take place between the hours of 12 AM and 3:30 AM. There have been many stories circulating around Stowe about Emily’s Bridge over the years. Some people who didn’t believe in ghosts until they visited the bridge and others who visited the bridge

once and vowed never to return. The bridge definitely has a feeling. What is so intriguing is that there are so many different things that happen there. Not everyone gets the same experience.

None of the stories I’ve heard are of people feeling threatened. But the feeling of some sort of presence is what seems to get people riled up. And it only increases around Halloween.





Golden opportunity to own village property.1920 Dutch Colonial on a knoll on the edge of town with 2,100 square foot barn and lovely meadow. With some work there is the potential for exquisite views of the village and Mountains. $324,000

Custom features define this spacious condo with expansive mountain views in a sought after and convenient neighborhood. The open living floor plan features 2 fieldstone fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, and beautiful hand hewn beams. $599,000

This wonderful 3 bedroom 3 bath farmhouse is located on 30 acres with views to the south and west. A substantial pond, well-manicured grounds, open lawns, well developed gardens, and a gazebo. A four bay garage with loft provides great storage. $485,000

This home has been tastefully expanded, includes a great room with ridgeline skylights. A master suite graces the south wing of this home with views overlooking the meadow. A pond, a pool, gardens and landscaping accentuate the patios and decks. $549,000



A very special custom home designed for the discerning family that expects to find the best quality finish work in a home that incorporates style and gracious country living. Situated on 11 acres of land with panoramic views from almost every room, the property includes a classic red barn with office and apartment, a lovely pond, and expansive stone patios for outdoor entertaining. The interior features five large bedrooms and six bathrooms. The large country kitchen is a cook’s delight with top of the line appliances, granite countertops, and a walk-in pantry. This is casual living at its finest. $3,000,000

Panoramic views of the Mansfield range from Whiteface to Camels Hump which are accentuated from every room of this graceful home. Exterior decks and patios overlook a large pond with dock and gazebo. Features include an attached two car garage with large mudroom, Chef’s kitchen with pantry, comfortable living and sitting areas and a most unique entry adding to the luxury of this fine home. Barn with 4 horse stalls and fencing and a guest house with 2 car garage complete the structures on this magnificent property. With a total of 132.5 acres, this estate is unique to Lamoille County. $1,295,000 • 580 Mountain Road, Stowe • 802.253.7267 •

Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty 5 Don’t wait to visit the new Vermont Ale House Written by Amanda, Whenever a new place opens in town, we usually wait a few months to let the staff get its act together before we reserve a table. But this weekend we decided to give the new Vermont Ale House in Stowe, which opened in April, a try. If you’ve been holding out on this newbie restaurant, no need to delay any longer. They’ve got it figured out: great beer, reasonable prices, and a relaxed atmosphere. According to recent interviews with the restaurant’s three owners, their focus is offering a diverse selection of craft beers on tap and an atmosphere that caters to the local crowd — and pricing that’s consistent with that. We had intended to stop in for a quick drink but ended up staying for the bulk of the evening. The place just has a nice feel. Lots of wood; small, cozy spaces; and happy people. On a Friday night in early June, the crowd was definitely local. And it kept growing as the evening progressed. People really seemed to be enjoying themselves, whether they were sitting at the bar in front of several giant flat screen T.V.s, gathered with friends around high-top tables in the bar, or settled in for a serious meal in the lower dining room. It definitely felt like the kind of place you could come for an hour or for an entire evening, with or without the kids. As the evening progressed, the bar area got a little crowded. So if you’re dining with kids, I’d suggest coming early and grabbing a table in the dining room. I’m not a beer connoisseur, but our waiter was. In fact, I’ve never met anyone as

passionate and knowledgeable about beer. Zack was more like a guide than a waiter, taking us on a fun and informative beer-tasting tour. My husband loves anything by Lost Nation, a new brewery that just opened down the road in Morrisville. So he started out with Saison Lamoille ($5), a Belgian-style farmhouse ale. The Lost Nation brewers were most recently making Austrian-style beer at Trapp Family Lodge I’m a sucker for darker brews, so I decided to give the Allagash Black ($5) a try. This Belgian-style stout, brewed in Portland, Maine, has a lot going on. It took me about an hour to drink the 10-ounce serving - delicious. When we decided to go for round two, we knew we were settling in for the night. My husband ordered the Farmhouse Ale by Saison DuPont (the most expensive beer on the menu at $9), a Belgium draft. I went for the Heart of Lothian ($5), a Scottish Ale by Drop-In Brewing Company in Middlebury, Vermont. They were both exceptional. Although we didn’t save room for food, we hear the roast beef sandwich is really good. They’re always changing things up, though, so the Vermont Alehouse Facebook page is a good place to check out daily specials. But don’t expect anything too exotic. This is the place to come for simple, hearty fare – flatbreads, sandwiches, and salads. Oh … and beer. Really good beer. Speaking of beer … If you’ve got kids in tow, order up a 16-ounce draft of Capt’n Eli’s Root Beer by Shipyard Brewing in Portland, Maine. It’s arguably some of the best root beer in New England. And if you’re on a health kick, they even serve Kombucha on tap. Not my thing when I finally have a night out on the town, but it’s definitely “cool.”





This one bedroom is one of only 4 units of this size at Topnotch. Renovated, custom kitchen includes cherry cabinets, granite countertops and stainless appliances. Bathroom finished with marble tile. Master bedroom with king bed, and living area with fireplace. $274,900

Attention to detail and a level of finish seldom seen in a Stonybrook Condominium. Granite countertops, custom cabinetry, crown molding and unique bath fixtures become key ingredients in this tastefully revamped condominium. $424,900

Charming 3 bedroom, 3 bath town home steps away from the world famous spa and fitness center. This unit has many fine upgrades; a new kitchen with granite counters, new baths, custom wood work, air conditioning and gas heat to name a few. $495,000

Beautifully maintained four bedroom home in Stowe Hollow on 3+ acres. Southern exposure, views, pond, spacious lawn, wrap-around deck. Hardwood floors, stainless appliances, eat-in kitchen, open floor plan, updated baths, and new carpet and paint. $415,000



Once, the secluded country estate of a Colorado mining prospector, Edson Hill Manor, in Stowe, Vermont, is now a romantic Country Inn and Restaurant. Situated on 38 acres of forest and rolling countryside, the Manor overlooks Vermont’s untouched Worcester range in one of Stowe’s most sought after residential neighborhoods. Turning back the hands of time it would once again make a wonderful family compound offering mountain views, swimming and fishing ponds, swimming pool, paddocks, horse barn, ski and nature trails. With 9 bedroom suites in the inn and 16 bedroom suites in 4 cottages another possible use would be for a sports academy. $1,995,000

Looking for a country getaway with inspiring mountain vistas, babbling brooks, waterfall and a peaceful park like setting then look no further. Located just over the Stowe line off Elmore Mountain Road you’ll enjoy 20 acres and a beautiful constructed custom home without paying Stowe prices. Inside enjoy fine craftsmanship with custom maple cabinetry, granite counters, hardwood floors and exposed beams throughout. Relax in the openness of the home and gaze at the wildlife, stately trees and mountain views through tall panes of glass. A short walk from the main house is the barn with heated spaces to enjoy your favorite hobbies as well as a two-car carport. $875,000 • 580 Mountain Road, Stowe • 802.253.7267 •

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Currently serving as a distinctive and intimate bed and breakfast, this circa 1890’s Victorian has been meticulously maintained preserving its historic Vermont charm. The Inn is being sold fully furnished. $950,000

Well maintained and upgraded, ground level unit with many upgrades just minutes from Mt. Ellen. Amenities include pool, hot tub, game room and tennis courts. The unit is being sold furnished. $89,000

Well-crafted post and beam home with many custom features. Open floor plan, covered front porch with mountain views, radiant heat, chef’s kitchen, and master suite with built-ins and large closets. $650,000

Pristine property with everything you can imagine. Beautiful well-kept home with media room, gym, solarium with hot tub, screened gazebo, wrap-around decks, fireplace, chefs kitchen, and central air. $995,000


ANYTIME . . . VILLAGE HOME Under construction and being built by Riverwatch Construction, a reputable builder of many fine Vermont homes. Main floor features open kitchen, living, and dining area, den, half bath, laundry room, hardwood floors, radiant heat, granite counters and custom cabinets. Second floor features spacious master suite, two guest or kids bedrooms with shared bath and access to unfinished space above the garage. The lower level has radiant heat, daylight and will make a great recreation room, media room etc. $539,000

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A spectacular property with a lovely setting complete with mountain views and a pristine swimming pond. Features include vaulted ceilings, 2 fireplaces, lovely master suite, gourmet kitchen with new appliances and granite countertops, and new air conditioning. Fully furnished. $1,195,000

Sited to capture the panoramic mountain views from every room, features include a gourmet kitchen opening to the dining/great room with a soaring cathedral ceiling and handsome stone fireplace. Nice mix of hardwood flooring and Vermont stone creates a warm and inviting ambiance. Furnished $939,000 • 580 Mountain Road, Stowe • 802.253.7267 •

Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty 7 Land listings “Buy land, they’re not making it anymore.” Mark Twain WESTVIEW HEIGHTS



Three private, permitted and cleared lots featuring fabulous valley & mountain views. Starting at $225.000

15.2 acres at the top of Lower Elmore Mountain Road with spectacular views. $247,000

Three lots in a nicely designed 8 lot subdivision convenient to Stowe and Morristown. $60,000 & $65,000




Convenient location close to the village and Mountain Road enhance the value of this special 18.37 acre parcel. Primary site overlooks the 3rd fairway and down the valley to Camel’s Hump and over to the Pinnacle and Worcester Range in the other direction. There are additional home sites that could be subdivided and developed. Improvements include installed leach field and pump chamber; common driveway and underground utilities. $595,000

The commercial opportunities are endless! A 7.7 acre parcel with direct access from Route 100. Property is zoned Lower Village commercial. Broad open field with river access and Camel’s Hump views to the south. $149,900

Large 20.24 acre parcel, consisting of two 10+ acre lots, is located in the Farm Hill Road residential subdivision, a wonderful neighborhood in Morristown and has sweeping mountain views. $159,500





Wonderful 100 acre parcel located conveniently close to Route 15 with easy access via class 4 road. Property includes a mix of hardwood/softwoods and an open landing. Great woodlot, sugar bush or off the grid home site. $195,000

Attractive 3.47 acre lot in the Owl’s Head development off scenic Covered Bridge Road in Stowe Hollow. This is a well-established neighborhood with very attractive homes and a great place for the snowmobile enthusiast with the VAST trail close by. $250,000

Three private, approved building lots in a special neighborhood with big view potential, only minutes to Stowe and all of the amenities of a resort town. A unique location that is desirable for walking, running, biking or appreciating the scenery. Starting at $100,000

Exceptional 47.9 acres at the end of Dish Lane in Robinson Springs offering many development opportunities. Southern exposure, mature conifer and hardwood trees, hiking trails, an old camp are just some of the features of this land. $1,295,000


OPPORTUNITY ABOUNDS Trophy commercial property in the Village of Stowe immaculately maintained, beautifully restored and thoughtfully added onto. Just shy of 6,000 square feet the building features office and retail space, 3 nice 2 bedroom apartments and 11 designated parking spaces. Also included is a vacant 20,000 S/F commercial lot that’s part of the Straw Corner Shops development. This could be home to a future retail building and offers 7 additional designated parking spaces. $1,300,000

A sense of history permeates this Cape-style home at the end of a perfect driveway off of Elmore Mountain Road, which immediately sets the tone for this very special property. With wide plank pine floors, beams salvaged from an abandoned barn, and bricks from an old church, it has the look of a truly remarkable, vintage Vermont dwelling. The setting is breathtaking, with open, rolling meadows accented by mature evergreens, apple trees, maples, beautiful gardens and split rail fencing. As if not enough, fall in love with the charming Vermont-style barn located just a stone’s throw from the main house, mountain vistas, and a meandering brook. Choose where to relax and spend peaceful moments at home – on the porch, on the stone patio, in front of one of the three fireplaces – one wood burning and two gas – or in the sauna. Both house and barn were built by one of the area’s finest craftsman. No details were spared on this must-see home. $795,000 • 580 Mountain Road, Stowe • 802.253.7267 •

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GREY GOOSE FARM Beautiful 50 acre estate parcel with existing 5 bedrooms and five bath contemporary home. Enjoy total privacy with lovely Mt. Mansfield views. A long tree lined driveway with carriage lighting invites you to a large open meadow featuring a classic barn with cupola and a spectacular pond for swimming. The possibilities abound on this private retreat in Morrisville: either keep it as a family retreat or it has permits for eight additional lots. $1,395,000

The Stowe Team: Peter Tucker, Managing Broker; Lynne DePaolo, Office Manager; Andrew Ziminsky; Linda Jones; Geoff Wolcott; and Brent Libby

Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty Offering buyer and seller representation We are a full-service real estate brokerage representing fine properties, from modest country getaways to luxury estates throughout Vermont. Our Stowe office is conveniently located on the Mountain Road close to both the Village and Stowe Mountain Resort and is made up of highly qualified real estate professionals who are experts in in the Stowe resort area and surrounding communities. Whether you are looking to buy or sell a ski condo, a cabin in the woods or a mountain-top luxury home, we are ready to serve you. Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with five offices strategically located in the Manchester, Stratton, Stowe, Okemo and Mount Snow regions, provides extensive geographic coverage of Vermont’s summer and winter resort communities and Vermont’s most desirable villages and towns, delivered by a staff of highly qualified, diligent, client relationship-driven brokers and agents. We are located at 580 Mountain Road in Stowe. You can contact us at 802.253.7267 or email For more information on any property scan the QR code to go to our website.

LOWER VILLAGE COMMERCIAL Meticulously maintained and substantially renovated this multi-use, multi-unit commercial complex is conveniently located in the lower village. House offers great retail/office space on ground floor and 3 bedroom apartment on second floor. Barn houses a recently refurbished one bedroom apartment, large office and small office on the main floor and maintenance shop with ample storage on ground floor. Lower Village Commercial Zone with unlimited possibilities. $595,000 • 580 Mountain Road, Stowe • 802.253.7267 •

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