Sunday, September 4, 2011

Video of 1242 Wade Pasture Rd | Stowe, Vermont real estate & homes - Stowe, Vermont is a major resort town in north-central Vermont. With the 1833 establishment of the Green Mountain Inn, Stowe began to develop a tourist industry. Today, Stowe offers world-class skiing on Mount Mansfield, Vermont's highest peak. The downtown area boasts numerous lodges, shops and restaurants, while the Trapp Family Lodge hosts numerous musical events, including the Vermont Mozart Festival. A vibrant community at the heart of Vermont's Green Mountains, Stowe offers a multitude of recreational and cultural activities in a scenic rural setting.
This is the ultimate vacation house!  Located on 8 acres in Robinson Springs, this home boasts more than 7,000 square feet on four finished living levels.
The winding drive, past a beautiful pond, leads to an enchanting woodland estate designed with distinction.
The heart of this home is the 3 story granite fireplace and great room, as well as the kitchen/ breakfast and dining rooms.
Boasting 5 bedrooms, this home is just minutes from skiing, and offers an indoor hot tub, a first level master bedroom suite, and four bathrooms.
The exciting lower level entertainment area offers a media room, a wood burning fireplace and a full bar!
Perhaps Stowe's most exclusive neighborhood, Robinson Springs is set high atop the ridge that joins the Mount Mansfield and the Sterling Mountain ranges.

A special enclave of almost 650 acres with approximately 80 privately owned lots, each homesite has been carefully chosen to compliment the beauty of the natural landscape.

To ensure that the rural beauty is maintained, a conservation zone buffers the neighborhood and is laced with a wonderful trail network that allows the residents the opportunity to hike, ski and snowshoe around this magnificent park-like setting.  The private road system,  large swimming pond and tennis courts are carefully maintained year round by the home owners association.

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