345 Acre Lake Champlain Valley Estate “Grosse Point” in Ferrisburgh, Vermont
$26,200,000 | Built 1906 | 9,580 Sq. Ft. | 11 Beds | 7.5+ Baths | 345 Acres
1040 Gross Point Rd, Ferrisburgh, VT 05456
“Grosse Point” in the Lake Champlain Valley is one of the most private and impressive lakefront estates in New England. From its elevated perch on the point, the grand 10,000 square-foot historic stone residence with 345+/- acres of fields and woods overlooks more than 30 miles of Lake Champlain both to the north and south. The estate includes five guesthouses, a 9-hole golf course, a variety of usable barns, and farm manager’s house plus 1.5 miles of lake frontage with three large docks. The majority of the property is covered by a Nature Conservancy conservation easement. Grosse Point, offered for only the second time in over 100 years, and with its provenance, is clearly one of the most extraordinary estates ever offered in northern New England.
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