SOLD | Built 1991 | 9,535 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 9 Baths | 201.89 Acres
1403 Quechee West Harford Road, Hartford, Vermont, United States, 05059
Designed by noted New York architect Alan Wanzenberg and built on a 200 acre equestrian estate in 1991, this fabulous 9,535 square foot residence includes interiors by designer Jed Johnson. The expansive estate has sold after hitting the market for $6.8 million in Hartford, Vermont. The floor plan includes an impressive two-storey wood-panelled library with towering bay window and fireplace, seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a 3,200 bottle wine cellar, updated paint and lighting throughout. The residence presides over a pond-like, heated swimming pool surrounded by bluestone terraces. Just down the winding drive lined by an allé of maples, you’ll find one of the most expansive equestrian facilities in New England. The 20,000 square foot, steel-framed complex is divided into three component areas including 12 box stalls, numerous tack rooms and shop and office, a beautifully equipped viewing lounge with barn manager’s three bedroom apartment and the main riding arena.
The arena has been converted to an indoor soft surface tennis court but could easily be returned to its former equestrian use. Acres of open pasture and hayfields, a spring fed pond, improved roads and trails and multiple additional smaller outbuildings including an alpaca barn, equipment barn and wood crib add to both the recreational and functional aspects of the property. A recently acquired gatehouse at the entry to the property and the addition of land on the west side of the Quechee West Hartford Road for view shed protection are recent additions. Stonehill Farm was on the market for $6.8 million with Richard Higgerson of Williamson Group Sotheby’s International Realty. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.