This Historic home is located on Woodstock’s Famous Green. A stones throw away from restaurants, bars, hiking, skiing, shopping and the best of village life in the town that was voted “the prettiest town in America”. 32 The Green was built in 1803 and has been lovingly restored with no compromise made to the character and integrity of this beautiful home.
Rooms flow in shades of ivory and caramel and the house is filled with carefully selected rustic Vermont farmhouse furniture, original wood floors, and crisp white linens. Couple this attention to detail with the comforts and amenities of newly fitted kitchens and bathrooms and this is the perfect spot to experience the wonders of Vermont. Of particular note are the framed newspapers hung all around 32 The Green which were discovered lining the walls of the house as insulation. They date as far back as 1895 and are a wonderful glimpse into New England life at the time. Of particular interest is the Spirit of the Age, The Woodstock daily from 1895 which is hung in the living room and features ads for establishments and street names which are still in existence today.
So whether you are in Woodstock to enjoy life in a picturesque New England village, to explore the many wonders of Vermont, to ski, golf, horseback ride, or hike there is no better location from which to explore our beautiful state… and become a part of this unique community.