Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday chalet in Stowe - The Vermont Treehouse
3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, sleeps 6
Welcome to The Vermont Treehouse! As you can tell by the pictures, this place is unique, quirky, and probably unlike anything you've experienced! Enjoy the beauty and serenity of Vermont year round at this peaceful and spacious home. Lounge in the hot tub and stargaze at night and listen to the babbling brook down below. If you can pry yourself away, check out some of the many area restaurants for a great meal, or cook in the well-equipped kitchen. Clean, comfortable beds.
View surrounding hills and mountains from the deck. Pleasantly wooded; brooks, waterfalls. Detached sauna house; hot tub: rustic brick/cedar interior, large outside deck. Sleeps 6 persons comfortably.
Ride your bike just down the road to access the new Lamoille Valley Rail Trail (open 2015) or hike the countless trails in the nearby Mt. Mansfield State Forest.
Out the door are brooks, waterfalls, and trails for walking, snowshoeing, or back country skiing.
Main house: marble, brick, hardwood floors; reading nooks, architectural details, books galore. A mix of contemporary, stylish, and classic furnishings, mixed with lived-in antiques. Three bedrooms, full-sized convertible. 1 & 1/2 baths, washer/dryer, satellite HDTV/DVD. Central heat. Free wireless high-speed Internet. Well-equipped kitchen. Near Stowe, Smugglers' Notch, and Jay Peak Resorts. For cross country skiing, there is the Trapp Family Lodge (where you can also book a sleigh or wagon ride, depending on the season) and the Craftsbury Outdoor Center. Convenient to grocery stores and shopping.
Vermont has also become renowned for its wineries and microbreweries. Definitely worth taking the time to tour some of them!
There's so much to do in this little piece of heaven, or do nothing at all. Make your own adventure!
- Low Allergen Environment
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- non smoking only
- not suitable for children
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Sandy Bender
As a lifelong Vermonter, I have always loved being out in the woods; creating and maintaining the trails, and learning about the native plants and wildlife. My husband and I bought the adjoining property in 1991 and raised our three children here. We recently had the opportunity to purchase this property and plan on continuing it as a vacation rental for people to enjoy.
Sandy Bender purchased this chalet in 2014
Why Sandy Bender chose Stowe
Once you see it, you will understand why! 😄