Ideally situated on 11 level acres of open and wooded Vermont countryside, this circa 1998 Federal Period reproduction home offers a meticulously well-crafted four-bedroom, three and a half-bath private residence in a location chosen by the owners for its proximity to everything the Upper Valley has to offer – from the nearby Quechee Club (12 minutes), Woodstock Village (20 minutes) or downtown Hanover, New Hampshire home to Ivy League Dartmouth College (20 minutes) – of Vermont countryside nestled against forever protected federal Appalachian Trail corridor land. Built by master craftsman and reproduction housewright, Doug Gest, the interior of the home exhibits all of the hallmarks that his company is known for; reclaimed, wide pumpkin pine antique flooring, hand applied skim coat plaster walls, hand planed woodwork including the custom kitchen cabinets, copious built-ins and a high level of attention to detail where any woodworking skills were required. Inside, an open concept first floor offers a pleasing combination of both formal casual spaces, well configured for entertaining and larger gatherings. Upstairs, four bedrooms and two baths including a spacious second floor owner’s suite offer plenty of space for guests or family. Outside the eleven acres presents a detached garage/barn, open lawns and perennial gardens and landscaping and a well sited tennis court (hard court with cushion).