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Beautiful Authentic Farmhouse close to Stowe

SuperhostMorristown, Vermont, United States
Private room in farm stay hosted by Juliet
5 guests3 bedrooms3 beds2 baths
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Built in 1902 and restored in 1988, we have tried to keep true to the authenticity of a working Vermont farmhouse. Thus the name of the farm Antiquity Acres. Here you will find, a quiet place to rest, away from noise but minutes to Stowe on a beautiful dead end road with picturesque views. A private working horse farm sitting on 134 acres of open pastoral land with mountain views, complete with 2 spring fed swimming ponds, and walking trails.

The space
The house is quite unique, over 100 years old, completely restored with tin ceilings, architectural details, cozy and comfortable. It's very quiet, a perfect place for artists, and writers to get inspired, or just to unplug from technology. The wrap around porch is amazing for morning coffee as is the patio which faces the pond and the mountains, a perfect place to have a glass of wine and watch the sun go down. There are different wings to the house and the bedrooms are apart on each wing. There is a Queen size bed in the upstairs room facing the pond, a twin bed in the tower, and a double bed downstairs. There are several common space areas to choose from, either relaxing on the overstuffed sofa overlooking the pond and mountains or being warmed by the fire with a good book. The grounds and lawn are private and extensive, with a variety of lawn games to play. Swimming or kayaking in the spring fed swimming pond complete with a sandy beach is an amazing way to spend a hot afternoon. The beauty of being surrounded by horses and the idyllic pastoral countryside make for a very relaxing atmosphere especially if your lounging in a hammock. For stargazers there is a fire pit in the backyard with Adirondack chairs and blankets at the ready.
In the morning, I provide a continental breakfast, usually fresh baked goods, yogurt, homemade granola, juice, coffee or tea.

Guest access
Guests can use most of the house, besides my studio on the basement floor and my wing of the house which is separate.The house is sort of rambling and guests can use the fireplace room, living room and if you'd like to use the kitchen for cooking,(please let me know in advance) outdoor shower, porch, ponds, all the grounds, fire pit, and patio. If there is something that you need, I'll try to accommodate it. I only rent to one party at a time so you will pretty much have the place to yourselves. There is no smoking anywhere on the grounds.

Other things to note
After booking, make sure to copy and paste the address.DON'T Click the map or the "directions" button in the reservation. (It will take you to a cornfield) In the winter, during a storm as in any area, allwheel drive is recommended. I can always retrieve you or get you to your destination , should you need help.

I have 2 small dogs Barley and Remi who live with me in the house, both only 15 lbs, and occasionally I might be babysitting my sons medium lab mix. Winston an African grey parrot resides downstairs in my studio. Guests should not let the small dogs outside as they tend to get into mischief.

I also have extra mountain bikes, snowshoes and kayaks you could use to enjoy the outside with. The pond has a large jumping rock and is 18' deep, there is also a wonderful sandy beach, great for wading in, and the pond is spring fed and very clean. I usually have floats to use for spending a hot afternoon floating In the pond. If we're lucky in the winter I often have a fire down there and shovel it off for skating depending on the conditions.
In winter take caution driving on many of Vermonts back roads, they are ditched deeply on the sides for drainage, so stay away from the edges when there's alot of snow!

License number
MRT-10126712
Built in 1902 and restored in 1988, we have tried to keep true to the authenticity of a working Vermont farmhouse. Thus the name of the farm Antiquity Acres. Here you will find, a quiet place to rest, away from noise but minutes to Stowe on a beautiful dead end road with picturesque views. A private working horse farm sitting on 134 acres of open pastoral land with mountain views, complete with 2 spring fed swimmin…

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1 queen bed, 1 double bed, 1 single bed

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Free parking on premises
Indoor fireplace
Iron
Dryer
Heating
Hair dryer
Washer

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Morristown, Vermont, United States

The neighborhood, is quiet and picturesque with the closet neighbor 1/4 mile up the road. We all look after each other here being on a dead end road and most people always slow down when they see someone. The location is perfect for walking, running or biking, yet 9 mins to a grocery store and less than 15 mins to the Stowe area.

There are 3 major ski areas close by, Stowe and Smugglers close by and Jay Peak not too far away.

Super quiet, a step back in time, with the rich detail of the house, an "over the river and through the woods " kind of feeling!
The neighborhood, is quiet and picturesque with the closet neighbor 1/4 mile up the road. We all look after each other here being on a dead end road and most people always slow down when they see someone. The l…

Hosted by Juliet

Joined in May 2014
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Hi, I am a creative person, artist and Art teacher. I live on a horse farm in Vt with horses, chickens and friendly dogsI I love the outdoors, running and a lead healthy lifestyle in our beautiful state.
During your stay
I do live here in the house with my small dogs, I am usually busy, either teaching, painting or working somewhere on the farm. I'll be around as much as you need me to be and can advise you on things to do or introduce you to the horses. Mostly you'll see me bringing you some fresh baked goodies or something to snack on by the fire.
I do live here in the house with my small dogs, I am usually busy, either teaching, painting or working somewhere on the farm. I'll be around as much as you need me to be and can…
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Check-in: 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
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