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http://www.Sharon-Bateman.com - Boulder Spring Farm is a postcard come to life.
It is a cherished home in a treasured town, protected to the West by Mt. Mansfield and Spruce Peak, to the South by Nebraska Notch and the Green Mountain to the south, and to the East by the Worcester Range and Little River Valley.

In this video, you will embark on a tour of this magnificent 7,700-square-foot estate and its surrounding 40+ acres of lush countryside. We will take you on an exploration of the unique features of this great estate. You will find beauty, history, and, we sincerely hope, your new home.

Come tour Boulder Spring Farm to see for yourself why it is one of the most photographed (and photogenic) estates in Stowe, Vermont.

Nestled atop Edson Hill, Boulder Spring Farm is a pastoral retreat completely in harmony with its bucolic New England surroundings. So named for the bubbling brook that flows from the top of Mount Mansfield and winds itself through the forty acres of the property, the Farm commands two-hundred-and-seventy degree views of the land, mountains, sunshine and stars.

Here, you are at one with nature and its beauty, whether you are sitting cozily inside the main house, walking across the meadow to the oak post-and-beam Barn, or sitting on the dock outside the Pond Cottage taking in the sunset and its shimmering reflection in the waters of the Farms four spring-fed ponds.

Built in the style of a Connecticut River Valley Colonial home, the 22-year-old main house brings a colonial past into the contemporary present. The spacious rooms are awash in bright light. Historic details like the Tavern-style kitchen, detailed moldings, carved raised-panel cherry cabinets, and stenciled walls call to mind the storied homes of Americas historic gentry.

That history is firmly rooted and built upon an agrarian society. Thomas Jefferson looked after his own fields and so did Boulder Hill Farms earliest owners. This was an active working farm where the Lambert family raised livestock until it was inherited by javelin-throwing Olympian Bill Alley. Local lore holds that before the farm passed hands to Alley, the Lamberts buried their beloved bull "Hedgerows Maximilian" on the land where he faithfully protected the family's heifers. Now, deer pay homage to him at dawn and dusk when they dance among the grasses he used to graze.

There are multiple rooms for family gatherings and quiet nights alike. The Garden room allows you to immerse