A private 230± acre Vermont classic, North Mowing's nine clapboard buildings are arranged in a series of drystone terraces designed to take advantage of expansive views of hayfields, Mt. Ascutney and the Connecticut River Valley. The landscape, designed by Ellen Biddle Shipman, designer of the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, is a simple, romanticized, American vernacular in a grand Upper Valley setting. The recently renovated 5,489± square-foot main residence, once owned by the artist and State Senator Horace Brown, has five bedrooms and six baths. There is a one-bedroom guest house with full kitchen and living room with fireplace and numerous outbuildings.
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