Sheep Run Farm in West Windsor, is named for the stone walled lanes where Ira Taylor, a prosperous mid-19th century farmer, herded sheep from the barn to the upper meadows. Today, a newly reimagined 2017 4-bedroom plus loft (6-bedroom septic), 6.5 bath farmhouse fits seamlessly into the classic Vermont scenery, just 3 miles to the South Woodstock store, and 8 miles to Woodstock Village.
Classic on the outside, hip on the inside, the farmhouse’s 1st floor has an open floor plan, with large windows and high ceilings, abundant light and views from every window. Connected buildings include a 2-bay garage, carriage house party barn, wood room and yoga studio. A huge glass door of the three-season carriage barn opens to the stone terrace, while a massive stone fireplace and soaring ceilings make this a remarkable gathering spot for family and friends, and the second floor boasts a comfortable guest suite.
EC fiber provides high speed access for this smart-home to control; lights, climate, video, security, and property access via apps from anywhere in the world. The property encompasses all the right elements; the exceptionally beautiful 21+ acres, including views of rolling meadows, Rush Meadow Valley and Mount Ascutney; endless stone walls; apple trees; a cascading brook and two ponds.
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