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Take Stock Farm in Vermont

Host Jillian Conner says:

Take Stock Farm sits on 80 acres of land in Central Vermont. The timber framed barn, built in the 1880's, served most of its life as a dairy barn, housing a herd of cows that presumably grazed the pasture. Evidence of their presence can be found here and there around the property in the form of collapsed barbed wire fencing and the overgrown pasture inside the woods, surrounded by old hand dug springs. In recent years, the foundation and siding have been restored, and a 900 sq ft. apartment was built inside of it.

The land that lies beyond the barn's door is hilly and soggy - a great agricultural challenge for Jillian and Charlie. Ancient apple trees are scattered throughout the pasture which is bordered by quaking aspen, sugar maples, and beeches. But best of all, a quick hike to the top of the hill is rewarded with a  stunning view of the valley below. 

Posted on: January 16, 2018 11:31
Zip code: 05077
Number of listings to be photographed: 1

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