Josiah Allen Real Estate: 4 Vermont Foliage Open Houses

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Southern Vermont is open and beckons with two spectacular green-built homes, plus a rare 67-acre parcel & house in Dorset Hollow, and a perfect equine property in Manchester which are all open to visitors this weekend.

A very special, wonderful 32 acres in Dorset Hollow with two fabulous ponds. Come visit at our open house on Columbus weekend.

In coveted Dorset Hollow, a third Open House is set on a rare offering of 67 acres and includes two ponds.

If you have ever been drawn to the idea of living in Vermont, if you have ever considered the pluses of the fresh Green Mountain air, colorful hillsides, or nearby skiing, now there are four excellent ways to explore that dream. Josiah Allen Real Estate, the premier boutique real estate agency located in Dorset, VT which lists some of the most desirable properties in Southern Vermont, is hosting four major open houses over Columbus Day weekend. The properties are well worth a personal visit.

The four Columbus Day weekend Open Houses represent a small sampling of offerings in the easily accessible, southwestern part of Vermont. Two are in an environmentally responsible development featuring state-of-the-art green construction by the design-build team of award-winning architect Ramsey Gourd and experienced builder Mark Breen. See the cutting edge geothermal heating and cooling systems in each house, as well as deep crown moldings and views of Mt. Equinox. These two houses will be open Saturday and Sunday, October 8 & 9 from 12-3pm.

In coveted Dorset Hollow, a third Open House is set on a rare offering of 67 acres and includes two ponds. The exquisite privacy from this tri-level Colonial home should be experienced. It is infrequent that such a large parcel of land becomes available in this premier section of Dorset.

As many know, horses are eternally popular in this state which has the Morgan Horse as the official State Animal. A very special 39-acre equine property in Manchester is open for viewing on Saturday. Set on a quiet dirt road but with easy access to town, a lucky horse or two will find a most pleasant retreat, and their owners will also. The stable, tack room, and riding ring come along with a totally renovated, ca.1860 classic Vermont farmhouse. Both the Dorset Hollow and Manchester equine properties will be open on Saturday, October 8 from 1-4pm.

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