Halfway between the storied Village of Woodstock, Vermont and the Ivy League halls of Dartmouth College in nearby Hanover, NH and minutes to every possible recreational amenity in Quechee, Stonehill Farm offers an extraordinary equestrian facility on almost 200 acres of open pastures, mixed northern hardwood forests and miles of interior roads and trails to explore. The main house, with its dramatic stone exterior and soaring two story library, was designed by noted New York architect Alan Wanzenberg whose overall approach is often informed by his deep appreciation for the Arts & Crafts and other related movements. Additionally, Stonehill is strongly influenced by the Tudor style and architectural traditions of the Cotswolds as well as Edwin Lutyens sensibilities. Set high along the top of a south facing ridge, the Vermont countryside unfolds at your feet with commanding views across the Ottaquechee Valley. Copious fenestration on the south walls takes full advantage of the direct southern exposure. Employing old world craftsmanship, this incomparable stone and cedar home features the finest quality materials and decorative finishes throughout. The approximately 9,000 square foot, 15-room residence is an elegant and timeless design in richly textured stone, expansive glass, and mahogany details. The main house offers seven bedrooms, nine baths, a recently remodeled gourmet kitchen, formal living and dining rooms, and a 3,200 bottle wine cellar.