Location and accessibility! A classic Vermont cape overlooking the Green Mountain Horse Association, in South Woodstock, is a very manageably sized home, with numerous accessibility modifications. Located a short distance from Route 106, on a town maintained dead end road, it is an easy walk to the village. From the attached garage, the large entryway has a Vermont slate floor and laundry. A bright ADA modified kitchen/dining room features a lovely fireplace, custom cabinetry and wainscoting. A cozy living room, bedroom/study and full bath, with walk-in shower complete the downstairs. Wide pine floor boards give a warm feeling throughout the house. Upstairs are two nice bedrooms, one with a spacious closet and a view of the Kedron Valley. The second bedroom/sitting room has a slanted or âwitches windowâ providing lovely morning light and an adjacent large walk-in closet, with big built in drawers. Outside, the sunlit lawn is edged with sloping fields extending to Rte. 106. The south facing perennial garden features natural landscaping elements. The western facing deck, with three large raised planters is a wonderful place to watch sunsets. At the lower edge of the property, a 3000 sq. ft. circa 1930âs barn, originally built to store apples, awaits repurposing. The property value is enhanced by itsâ connection to the town sewer system. This property abuts farmland with an iconic three story red barn, frequently photographed for itsâ historic significance and beauty.