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http://www.Sharon-Bateman.com - Although Stowe Vermont enjoys an international reputation as a winter destination, it's just as exciting in the spring, summer and fall. Sparkling streams attract fisherman, paddlers, horseback riders gallop through wildflower strewn meadows, and bikers and hikers take to the Recreational Path and challenging mountain trails. Golf and tennis, and world famous spectacular fall foliage, makes Stowe nearly perfect in all seasons.

Perhaps Stowes most exclusive neighborhood, Robinson Springs is set high atop the ridge that joins the Mount Mansfield and Sterling mountain ranges.

Robinson Springs is a special enclave of almost 650 acres with approximately 90 privately owned lots. Each home-site has been carefully chosen to compliment the beauty of the natural
landscape.

To ensure that the rural beauty is maintained, a conservation zone buffers the neighborhood and is laced with a wonderful trail network that allows the residents the opportunity to hike, ski and snowshoe around this magnificent park-like setting.

The private road system, large swimming pond and tennis courts are carefully maintained year round by the Home Owners Association. The Association owns / operates their own equipment with year-round staff members paying close attention to snow removal, road quality, common area beautification and trail maintenance. One visit to Robinson Springs will show the value of this world-class setting in famous Stowe,
Vermont the undisputed Ski Capital of the East.

This unique 4,200 square foot residence is located on 12 acres in Stowe, the 'ski capital of the east' nestled in the Green Mountains of Vermont. The site slopes to the west, affording spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and spectacular sunsets across the large swimming pond.

The design combines modernism with regional materials to create a dynamic environment open to the buyer's interpretation. A mortar-washed-brick base supports two, wood-framed pavilions, one containing the great room, the other a master-bedroom suite. A cedar atrium links the pavilions and provides access to the lower level, which contains a family room/sitting area, 2 guest-bedroom suites, an exercise area, potting shed and garage. All rooms open onto outdoor terraces leading to loose laid stone walls which define the outdoor rooms, paths and planting beds.