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. A gourmet turkey sandwich and the morning’s papers are also within easy reach. Close to the cultural attractions found only in a town with an Ivy League College and minutes from the picturesque and historic village of Woodstock, Vermont - famous for being one of the “prettiest small towns in New England,” the estate offers room to roam without ever leaving the land that you own while still being conveniently located to the country cosmopolitan and lifestyle conveniences of the Upper Valley. Minutes to Woodstock Village, South Pomfret, and Suicide Six Ski Area and under 30 minutes to Hanover, NH, home of Dartmouth College, and New England's crossroads where Interstates 89 and 91 meet, Tom White Hill Farm offers one of the largest improved parcels of land currently available anywhere in Windsor County as well as the greater Woodstock area. The Gambrel-style Dutch Colonial is sited on the southwestern side at the height of the land the surrounded by extensive perennial gardens, fenced paddock and pasture, antique stonewalls, grandfather maples, and sweeping lawns. Originally constructed circa 1970, the house enjoys an elevated position above the pastures that roll away to the south and west. The home's interior offers original pine floors and abundant natural light given the home’s orientation on the north/south axis. With an interior renovation and remodel done in 1998, the main living areas have been opened up to create an expansive open and flowing floorplan that reveals the spaciousness of the homes’ 3250 sq. feet. Exposed hand-hewn beams accent the heart of the house – an open and inviting eat-in kitchen that flows nicely into the living and dining rooms as well as the front entry. The barn and workshop complex, a short distance from the main house and arranged in a manner that creates a pleasing courtyard-like effect, offers an incredible array of uses and reveals the property’s strong agricultural and equestrian history. The close ties to the land are self-evident here and a short walk from the house leads one to an enchanted maple grove with a small stream, a heart-shaped pond, and a three-story straw bale pagoda built circa 1997 that speaks for itself. Views from the property extend from the dramatic long-range vistas of Mount Ascutney to the south to Killington and Pico to the west.