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Mountain Keep Farm
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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
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As you travel upthe Vermont scenic highwayinto the heart of the Green Mountains you will come to a town aptly named Moretown. From there turn onto a bridge that crosses the Mad Riverand enter the solitude and beauty of Mountain Keep Farm. Referred to as the 'gateway to the Mad River Valley,' this area is one of Vermont's designated scenic corridors.Mountain Keep Farm successfully combines rustic simplicity with undeniable charm and a spectacular setting on 371 acres; add privacy and high-speed internet and you have a place to call your forever home.The 200-year-old farmstead runs a mile and a half along the picturesque Mad River and stretches over hay fields, rolling pastures, woodlands, old trails leading to centuries-old house foundations, small streams and waterfalls, as well as a multitude of wildlife and birds.Constructed in 2000, the front hall Colonial features 5,512 sf with 3-4 bedrooms, 3 baths, a chefs kitchen, sunroom, mudroom and a huge office with built-ins and river views.Wonderful period details such as exposed beams and a Rumford fireplace in the dining room and master bedroom give the impression that the house is much older than it is.There is a covered porch that runs along the front to the attached 2-car heated garage, and a 2-bedroom guest cottage nestled between the house and the vintage barn. The 13,000 sf 2-story barn includes a heated shop, hayloft and 16 box stalls.Attached to the rear of the barn is a 6,400 sf indoor arena currently being used as event space.An easy drive away are the restaurants, shops, ski resorts, outdoor activities, spas and more of the Mad River Valley (including Sugarbush and Mad River), Stowe.Burlington, Lake Champlain and the international airport are 35 miles northwest. Boston is 3 hours south and Montreal is a little over 2 hours north.
75 Bridge Rd, Moretown, Vermont, United States
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