“Uplands” is a particularly gracious Southern Vermont hill farm, unusual in its quality and superb location.
The 1800’s expanded farmhouse and barns is located on the south-facing slope of Markham Mountain outside the village of Weston.
Year built: 1880
Location: Weston, VT
Living area: 4,434
Land: 105.80 acres
Horse facilities: Fields, barn with 6 stalls
The main residence is beautifully renovated with 4,000 s.f., 4 BRs and 3 fireplaces.
The Guest Barn retains the integrity of the original early 1800’s English-style barn and includes a 2-BR first floor apartment overlooking the clay tennis court.
A 3-level Post & Beam bank barn has 3 bays below, a fully equipped 6-stall stable on the ground level, and a finished entertainment room on the upper level. The view south looks over a 1.5- acre pond with a swimming raft, sandy beach and stocked with trout.
Weston is famous for its beauty, the Vermont Country Store, and the community-supported Weston Playhouse. It is a short distance to the Long Trail, Okemo and Bromley Mountains.
A conservation easement provides for subdivision and construction of one additional house.
1800s English Bank Barn with 6 Stalls