Historic and time-withstanding building styles, extensive outdoor entertainment, an expansive barn & craftsman woodshop, and a truly unique treehouse set the stage for this Vermont estate. An 1818 brick cape integrated and expanded with a period friendly addition. The brick cape offers a large eat in kitchen with long range views down the Connecticut River, an expanded large en suite bedroom, and traditional dining & gathering spaces. The addition is dressed in cedar shake shingles adorning the outside, a large gathering room, a luxurious expansive primary bedroom, and completed with an apartment above the garage below. The 1900âs, two bedroom, schoolhouse has been expanded and renovated and has all the charm of a quintessential Vermont guest house. A large multi-use barn, woodshop, multi-bay garage building is situated across from the main house and is ripe with opportunity. The outdoor spaces are appointed with extensive gardens, a clay tennis court, an outdoor living room complete with an in-ground fire pit that is surrounded with perennial gardens and replete with a Colonial Williamsburg garden shed. The waterâs edge boasts a deck nestled in the woods and completed with a large dock and gangway to your boat. A unique and one-of-a-kind treehouse is perched high up between a Red Oak and an old growth Maple. This multi-generational estate is set for visionary expansion, reimagining of this estate, and is primed for its successors.