Luxury Home of the Week: For nearly $11 million, a Vermont estate that’s practically a resort

506 N Hill Rd
The home at 506 North Hill Road in Stowe, Vt., sits on more than 68 acres. Geoffrey Wolcott

This Stowe, Vt., estate could easily pass for a private luxury resort. Its detached, translucent-roofed studio has a subterranean gallery. The hot tub comes with a glass warming hut, so you’ll never even feel the cold.

Seated on more than 68 acres at 506 North Hill Road, the estate includes basketball and tennis courts, a miniature golf course, guest house, and more. Geoffrey Wolcott of Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty has listed it for $10,950,000.

The property is enveloped in nature. Both the home and guest house abut ponds, trails wind through the estate’s woods, and a stream and waterfall flow beneath the gallery. The mountain views are abundant, and there’s even an apple orchard. Expansive windows all over the main residence provide a clear view of it all.

Wolcott said the property also features a never-used infinity pool. It was filled in but could be dug out and put into use relatively easily, he said.

Extensive trails for walking and cross-country skiing criss-cross the land. The 14-foot-deep ponds are stocked with large rainbow trout and koi, Wolcott said, and also feature stone piers.

The master suite sits in its own glass three-story tower, which also features a bird’s nest area that could become a lounge or gym. The guest house is made of timber, stone, and steel. The gallery, tucked into the hemlock forest, is covered in stone and copper and outfitted with its own elevator.

The staff quarters are over the garage, which is heated and can accommodate more than six vehicles. There are three other garages, including the equipment barn, which has its own car wash.

The estate has 11 bedrooms total, eight of which are in the main residence. It also has 16 total bathrooms, with eight in the main house. The property has two separate entrances: one that leads through a stainless-steel gate and a sculpture garden and one that winds through the forest. The property offers a total of 17,218 square feet of living space.

Two adjoining properties — an estate manager’s residence and an additional guest house — are also available. The estate manager’s plot will be sold only as a part of or following the estate’s sale.

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