The culmination of a lifetime spent creating extraordinary reproduction period homes in the Woodstock, Vermont area, Stonemeadow is an authentically reproduced second period American stone Cape created by aficionados of the form and its history. With a nod to local history, Stonemeadow looks to the classic 1840s stone Capes that were constructed by Scots craftsmen of hewn stone transported at great effort from the local quarries that dot Windsor County. The National Register of Historic Places refers to this part of Windsor County as “the stone house belt of Vermont.” Custom-built and completed in 2010 but not occupied by the current owners until two years ago, a secure gated entry and private drive lead to an elevated position from which the approach and the majority of the 33 acres can be observed. The home is ideally sited to take full advantage of southeastern exposure and local views. Executed with a devotion to the highest and most exacting degree of reproduction, the owners, through the experience of having 13 successful previous projects behind them, have seamlessly combined a convincing period experience with the state-of-the-art systems and amenities that can only be found in 21st century construction. A truly transportive experience envelops the owners and guests as they move through the built environment at Stonemeadow.