Deerwood (also known as the Bridge House) represents a rarity in large acreage offerings in Stowe and one that is truly one-of-a-kind. Extremely private, this stunning 240+/-acre property is comprised of rolling meadows with Worcester Range views, woodlands, five ponds, a tennis court, extensive gardens, and an orchard. The crowning feature is the timeless 4,800+/- sf main residence, designed and constructed to echo the vintage covered bridges that dot the surrounding New England landscape but with a contemporary look and feel. The main level, encased in glass, is one continuous open space. On each side, decks bounded by 12-foot-high fir trusses run the entire 140-foot length. The peaked interior ceiling, supported by a series of exposed trusses, rises to 18.5 feet and terminates in an enclosed porch at the west end and a double-height entrance at the east. Set below, at the ground level, are the primary suite, a guest bedroom, an office/library, and an attached heated garage. The spiral staircase is constructed of oak and maple by local craftsmen and offers glimpses of the creek running under the house with a waterfall. The kitchen, dining, and living areas are all one linear space, whose focal point is a commanding floor-to-ceiling slate fireplace. There are miles of cut trails that meander throughout the property and lead to the guest house and caretaker's apartment along the tree-lined driveway. This spectacular legacy property is destined to be enjoyed for generations.