Rustic Timber & Stone Mountain Home Reduced to $3.4M in Stowe, Vermont

Rustic Timber & Stone Mountain Home Reduced to $3.4M in Stowe, Vermont

$3,400,000 | Built 1990 | 6,200 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4 Baths | 10.43 Acres
393 Warren Hill Road, Stowe, Vermont, United States, 05672
The product of a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration between a wide range of remarkable people, this rustic timber & stone mountain retreat is like nothing you’ve seen before. Completed in 1990, the 6,200 square foot residence has been reduced to $3.4 million. The property hit the market in October 2020 for $3.85 million. Each element excruciatingly considered and executed. Enter the gated tunnel to the tree-lined granite-walled entry court. Open the door to 200 tons of boulders spilled through the roof with precision. The interiors showcase honed Montreal limestone, tree-trunks as part of the structure, wormy mahogany and antique cedar panelling. There is a chef’s kitchen with 4-bay soapstone sink, a library/office already prepped for easy conversion to a bedroom suite, a panelled & heated 3-bay garage, owner’s suite porch and an Ipe sundeck and bridge to a monumental granite staircase. There is also a 22-foot high waterfalls, glowing fireplaces and numerous window seats. Enjoy plantings throughout the precisely haphazard stonework while enjoying the fabulous view. The property is on the market for $3.4 million with Geoffrey Wolcott of Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty.








































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