314 West Fields
Manchester, VT 05255
Sold June 10, 2020: $1,150,000
Full Baths: 6
Sq ft: 6,241
Year Built: 1991
This Timberpeg Post and Beam masterpiece was written up in the The Boston Globe. Rarely is post and beam construction taken to this height of professional craftsmanship.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own one of the finest homes in Southern Vermont.
Built in 1991 by Timberpeg, the artisans of Post and Beam, this home offers four bedrooms, six bathrooms, central air conditioning, forced hot air, a three car attached garage and much more.
Some of the fine features include two wood burning brick fireplaces and a wood stove, sauna, billiards room, heated sun room, solarium, two master bedroom suites each with dressing room, walk-in cedar closet for off season clothes, cathedral ceiling, workshop, large sun deck, and eat in kitchen.
The grounds feature a pond, pick your own apple trees, perennial gardens and a fenced in dog pen.
Off the living room is a cozy library with a fireplace and built-in floor-to-ceiling bookcases.
West Fields is a private road off West Road, a short distance from Manchester Village, The Ekwanok Country Club, The Equinox, and Hildene, the estate of Abraham Lincoln’s son Robert.
As you make your way up West Fields to this meticulously maintained home, the sky opens up and exquisite views abound. At the end of the long paved driveway, a paver courtyard affords ample parking. The main entrance is covered and handsomely landscaped, welcoming you to the dramatic entry.
Once inside you will be drawn to the wall of glass overlooking the Green Mountain range east of Manchester Village. The main living area features a towering cathedral ceiling, and the post and beam frame is exposed throughout.
Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty
203 Depot Street
Manchester Center, VT 05255
Office: (802) 362-8023
Cell: (802) 236-4650
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