Located at the pinnacle of the Upper Hollow Road, this historic Vermont hill farm is ideally situated to provide views of the entire mountain range forming Dorset Hollow. Mature plantings shield the property from the road with open rolling meadows on the other three sides. Originally built in 1855, with an addition in 2000, the property is being offered for the first time in 63 years. Entry is through a foyer with a coat closet / powder room. The L-shaped living / dining room has numerous windows providing views and light, wood floors, exposed beams and a central wood burning fireplace. The corner eat-in kitchen is open and light-filled with plentiful cabinetry, three entrances give access to all living areas, and a door to the deck and fenced in side yard. Entered from the DR the south facing morning room leads to the vaulted ceiling master bedroom. Exposed ceiling beams, two walk-in closets, wood floor and a white tile bath comprise the master. A stair in the morning room leads to the lower level with three exposures containing a TV room with French doors leading to a small terrace, a guest room with a tiled bath and walk-in closet. Two additional large bedrooms, one with wood burning fireplace, are entered from the foyer stair. Antique wide pine floor, exposed beams, light and views and a third tile bath complete this floor. 1020 sqft detached garage. 25 pastoral acres that shall service agriculture, privacy or support as the property is sub-dividable.