past, present, and future
Strawberry Hill Farm is 189 acres of beautiful Vermont countryside in the heart of Stowe. With miles of biking and walking trails, a magnificent pond, a cascading waterfall, and acres of picturesque farm and forest land, Strawberry Hill is a true example of successful multi-use land conservation. The house, cottage, barns, and expansive lawns offer an idyllic setting for small social gatherings, family reunions, and retreats. The pastures and farmland provide animal fodder (both grazing and hay) to our local community, and the woodland is actively managed for both recreational purposes and timber.
In addition to the 6 bedroom, 6.5 bathroom fully updated main house and secluded one bedroom guest cottage, the Farm has two pre-Civil War barns, meticulously renovated in 2013 and 2019. The pool and patios create a lovely setting for outdoor entertaining during the summer season and the one-acre pond is an oasis of tranquility. Across the green (or white, depending on the season!) pastures, unobstructed views of Mount Mansfield are enjoyed from virtually corner of the property.
The original entrance to the farmhouse is framed by two enormous white pines, nicknamed George and Martha.
Also called the wedding trees, these two pillars have been witness to two hundred years of history at Strawberry Hill Farm. At various points in time, the property has been used as an equestrian estate, a traditional Vermont farm complete with its own blacksmith shop, and an exclusive family compound. The current owners seek to return Strawberry Hill Farm to its agricultural roots while simultaneously maximizing the potential of the forestland.