A contemporary marvel of glass, stone, and cedar designed by architect Peter Bohlin, Aviary is secluded, tranquil, and rich with Midcentury Modern furnishings.
Built in a traditional Scandinavian style, Barn’s spacious setting revolves around a bi-level stone fireplace that reaches from the floor to the exposed beams on the ceiling.
A secluded Alpine chalet tucked on the edge of the ski slope, Chalet features floors made of 18th-century Burgundian limestone and hand-thrown tiles in the bedroom fireplace.
Enveloped in a pine forest, this authentic cabin made of hand-hewn hickory and oak offers unparalleled seclusion and an exuberant dog theme.
A Vermont clapboard exterior conceals a whimsical and exotic Moroccan scene within, marked by moucharaby window screens, a tented ceiling, and terra cotta floors.
Japanese-inspired decor by interior designer Jed Johnson and artwork by David Bates induce a powerful sense of serenity, nestled in an apple orchard under a majestic spruce.
William Wegman’s art transports you to a pescatory fantasy in this cozy fisherman’s cottage set above a stream and beaver pond.
Art by Roy Lichtenstein, David Hockney, David Bates, Frank Stella, and Jim Dine awaken the imagination in this bi-level stonework-clad space with two fireplaces.
Defying classification, the eclectic interior draws influence from China and England. Adirondack twig work adorns the walls, while hand-carved parrots guard the Italian four-post bed.
Experience Tuscany in the Vermont woods with our most popular cottage, tucked among black cherry, apple, ash, spruce, and cedar trees.