Vermont farmhouse has remarkable country view

This rustic 1830s farmhouse sits at the base of the Green Mountain National Forest in Rochester, Vermont. The property, surrounded by farmland, enjoys majestic mountain and valley views. The expansive home features a wraparound porch, five acres of lawn with stone walkways, a dozen flower gardens, and a fire pit. It also happens to be located  less than 30 minutes from renowned skiing at Killington and Sugarbush.
It's gorgeous in all seasons, but autumn adds a certain splendor. Just look at that view.
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Though it's been updated with modern amenities, the farmhouse maintains a traditional and old-fashioned vibe. The kitchen features a ceiling with original wood beams and soft white cabinets that complement the wood floors.
There's even a library, which is exactly as comfortable and book-filled as you'd expect.
The home has two stairways, including this one off the dining room, that leads up to five bedrooms. Note the old-fashioned stove that's used as a buffet.
Upstairs, the bedrooms are simply furnished with delightful touches of nostalgia. In this one, the walls are decorated with vintage board games.
Another bedroom displays baseball memorabilia.
The bathrooms are simple but immaculate. This one features wood accents.
But, really, the interior is almost irrelevant when you consider these views. This farmhouse, with its cozy interiors and breathtaking surroundings, is truly a gem.
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