Nestled into the lee of a gentle hillside, at the end of a private road just a few miles’ drive north of Ivy League Dartmouth College and one of the most picturesque villages in Vermont, you will find the enchanting Holiday Hill Farm. Controlling both sides of Kerwin Hill Road, the property’s 54 acres of intriguing Vermont countryside encompass 5-star equestrian facilities, open meadows, fenced pastures, northern hardwood forests, ancient stonewalls, and views across the valley to New Hampshire.
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- The Federal-style farmhouse was built by the renowned Doug Gest and Co., providing the best of both worlds for those who are attracted to the charm and vernacular of a historic Vermont hill farmstead along with the comfort of circa 2007 modern amenities, systems, and conveniences. The interior includes cherry floors, period moldings, two fireplaces with lovely hand-built composed mantels and custom built-in cabinetry. With exacting standards and attention to detail, the resulting 11 room home offers a place for everyone and everything – from the inviting four season porch that even in winter becomes the heart of the house to the Great Room with its open hearth and wood-burning fireplace at one end linked by hand-hewn beams to the gourmet kitchen at the other.
- Sited on 54.5 acres, the house enjoys views across the valley to New Hampshire's White Mountains, and offers fenced pastures and turnout, acres of open pasture and hayfields, a year round brook, improved roads, and multiple trails. Recreational opportunities both on and directly off the property abound. The property is truly turnkey and ready to accept the next equestrian-minded owner or to explore this area of the property and its current infrastructure for various other creative uses and pursuits.
Horse Facility Features
- Just down the winding drive and across the lane, you will find one of the most thoughtfully executed and aesthetically appealing equestrian facilities in the Upper Valley. The 20 x 60-meter dressage arena is equipped with European geotextile footing. There is a full mirrored short-side that also functions as a shed to house the arena poles and letters for the winter. The three-stall barn is 36 x 36 feet and offers a feed room, a heated tack room and a heated wash stall, hay storage for 500 bales, and is equipped with a generator. All three stalls and six turnouts have automatic heated Nelson waterers, and the complex is served by its own drilled well.
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529 Kerwin Hill Rd, Norwich, Windsor County, Vermont