Tom White Hill Farm is a Vermont refuge like no other. With over 175 acres of absolutely prime land - professionally managed over five decades under the same Woodstock area family's careful stewardship - the property offers both a deep history of equestrian use as well as substantial hardwood timber value. But the real value of this estate exists through a combination of factors that coalesce on a higher level; the intangible aesthetics of topography, viewshed, setting, and location. Those things, combined with the scarcity value of a holding of this size and quality, yield an opportunity that is truly extraordinary. Sweeping acres of high, rolling meadows, mixed northern hardwood forests, two spring-fed ponds, four brooks, miles of connected and interior roads and trails, and multiple developable future house sites combine on a private dominion that offers a myriad of possibilities for a multi-generational legacy estate, a rural place of retreat or many other creative options. And while the drama of the setting and the overwhelming natural beauty and tranquility of the property lead, it is the location and proximity to the many lifestyle amenities, attractions, and resources that make the greater Upper Valley area of Vermont and New Hampshire, such a lovely place to live. Whether your sporting interest is skiing, mountain biking, horseback riding, or snowshoeing, the property offers access to on-site private trails and sits in close proximity to the Appalachian Trail.