This is a sunny, spacious home designed to take advantage of the fantastic views of the Adirondacks and Lake Champlain from the porch or from one of its many picture windows. The house is tucked back into 24 acres of hillside off of a steep dirt road, so it's private, quiet, and features amazing sunsets.
Read a book or relax on the front or back deck, explore the old homestead foundations from ~1900, or check out the many miles of hiking/biking trails in Hinesburg Town Forest, 1/2 mile away.
My house is perfect for reading/writing on one of the decks, wandering the logging trails through the woods, or simply enjoying the peace and quiet that comes with living on a dirt road with a long driveway. A security system, good lighting and exterior cameras help keep things safe and secure.
Whole house is open to guests. Please enjoy!
Общение с гостями
In most cases, I'll be around to greet you, and may pop back to tend to the garden or my two cats. In general, though, I'll leave you alone to enjoy the peace and quiet! I'm always happy to answer any questions you have, and can help you put together a local itinerary if you like.
Другие важные подробности
I have two cats — Frida, who you probably won't see at all, and Chispa, who is a party cat who will interact with you as much as you let her. Both are indoor/outdoor, and will require nothing from you during your stay. I also have a border collie (Niva), but she stays with me, so you likely won't meet her.
- No parties, please, and kindly leave your shoes at the door. Otherwise, please treat this house as you would your own.
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I'm a freelance journalist and copywriter who loves running, hiking, gardening, skiing and riding bikes in the beautiful mountains and valleys around Vermont.
As a travel writer, I've found that my most memorable trips were those where I was lucky enough to stay in "real" peoples' homes. From houseboats and sheep-shearing' sheds in New Zealand, to cabins in Montana, to plumbing-less summer cottages in Sweden, to barn lofts in England, my best adventures have been made possible by generous people who were willing to open their homes — and their lives — to travelers like me. If I'm not home, I'm probably pitching a tent in the mountains somewhere, or off racing my bicycle around New England.