Named for the active brooks that run through the hills of Pomfret and converge on this property, Three Brooks Farm offers over 133 acres of Vermont countryside on Galaxy Hill Road, a location well known and loved by those lucky enough to call this special hilltop neighborhood home. Positioned just off this quiet country road in a setting well-chosen for its combination of privacy and convenience, the house orients just west of south and takes in a sweeping views of the valley as it unfolds across a pasture and then woodlands below and out across multiple layers of several ridges beyond to the Green Mountains. The built environment includes a main residence that was designed by Samuel Van Dam Architects AIA in 1986. The house has been sited for privacy and to take advantage of the spectacular southwesterly views of distant mountains. Based on open concept living, the floor plan provides pleasing open rooms oriented toward the view with large windows and sliders which open to the stone terrace and deck. The front entry brings one into a large great room that includes the kitchen, dining area and living room with an open hearth wood-burning fireplace. The master bedroom suite is on the first floor and three additional bedrooms can be found upstairs. An oversized two car garage with shop and storage space as well as unfinished potential on the second floor complete the house.