Mill Brook Farm is just just minutes from the Village of Brownsville, Vermont. Privately situated on 83.65 acres with trails running through the property and wonderful 4,000 feet of water frontage on Mill Brook. The property is also a short 20-30 minute drive to Woodstock, Dartmouth/Hanover, Killington Ski Resort and I-89/I-91. Easy access to shopping, ski resorts, health care services, schools, exercise facilities and golf courses. An overview of what's nearby is below.
The Town of West Windsor (population: 1,099) is located in Windsor County, just west of the Connecticut River and the New Hampshire border, in east central Vermont. The village of Brownsville, in the town of West Windsor, sits at the northwestern base of Mt. Ascutney (elevation 3143 ft.), a central feature of the town's landscape. Mt. Ascutney is an inspiration for artists, hikers, skiers, and anyone who enjoys exploring the natural world.
With a total land area of 24.7 square miles, the community is set amid rolling meadows, woodlands, and small streams. In keeping with West Windsor’s rural character, ninety percent of the roads in town are unpaved and many are lined with stonewalls or mature trees. (Source West Windsor Town Website)
Woodstock, Vermont is the quintessential New England historic town. It sits in a valley surrounded by low-lying hills that nestle rather than overwhelm, and is a community snuggled around the Ottauquechee River. Woodstock is home to many excellent shops and restaurants, the Woodstock Inn & Resort, a great Middle and High School, and never fails to serve as an incredible place to go for a walk or meet someone for Coffee.
Those who choose to reside near Woodstock continue to be some of the most educated in the world, some of the most accomplished “captains of industry” in the country. It seems everyone has an interesting back-story. You’ll find filmmakers, war correspondents, writers, artists, military experts, doctors, high-tech entrepreneurs, rock stars, equestrians and happy soccer moms and dads all grabbing a coffee in town. Woodstock also attracts its fair share of Dutch, English and French, many of whom are reminded of home by the gentle hills, winding dirt roads, cows, sheep and horses in pastures next to beautiful weathered barns. Even if it’s not the old country, it has the feel of a place with deep roots.
The Woodstock Inn & Resort features several fabulous restaurants, a full-length pool, golf course, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, and a comprehensive gym.