Exceptional find: $380,000, 1800 sq. ft. timber-frame cottage with two bedrooms and a sleeping loft set in fantastic mountain setting in which you will own, in Common, 1/9th of 131 acres—only 25 miles from downtown Burlington.

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Commons at Windekind
Huntington
Vermont

Campanula (“little bell”) is a home that celebrates old-world craftsmanship while offering a large, open living space that integrates the kitchen and living room. Campanula’s most distinctive feature is its 600 sq. ft. porch—ideal for reading, dining and socializing with the ever-changing, stunning Green Mountain as a backdrop. Campanula is set on its own private parcel of slightly less than an acre that weaves together with eight other parcels in a village like setting.

On the floor above the living area there is a small loft with a double bed. On the lower floor there are two bedrooms, each with its own half bath. There is also a sauna for three and a tiled masonry shower. Campanula’s timber-frame joinery is outstanding; amongst the best we have seen anywhere. Other notable high quality features are: high energy-efficiency ratings, Marvin windows, a standing seam roof, radiant and wood heat, and cedar siding.

A 300 – 1,200 sq. ft. addition ( see drawing) can be added to Campanula providing more space for storage, a studio and bedrooms. Campanula is part of the Commons at Windekind, a designed community based on Permaculture and Cohousing principles that focuses on environmental, economic and community sustainability. We are set on 145 acres that includes an eleven-acre meadow, ideal for commercial farming and gardening.

We are located in a recreational paradise, at the end of a town road, just two miles from the summit of Vermont’s second tallest mountain called Camel’s Hump, the property abuts the 20,000 Camel’s Hump State Park. There are, about 25 miles of Nordic skiing, biking and hiking trails that you can access directly from the farm and many more miles close by. Swimming, alpine skiing, canoeing, fishing and many biking opportunities are close by.

We are located in Huntington Vermont, a tight-knit mountain town known for: its outstanding governance, excellent schools, diverse farming and a strong focus on the environment. Please call us at: (802) 434-4455 or visit our Web Site at (www.windekindcommons.com) We would love to hear from you.

Mark and Marijke

Contact: 

Mark Smith

Mark [at] windekindfarms [dot] com

802-434-4455