Spacious, light-filled, private apartment in a quiet Vermont village. Full kitchen, dining, living. One bedroom with double bed, one bedroom with single/day bed, futon couch in living room. Private entrance.
You will enter via a covered porch - - up two steps - - then through an enclosed entry with lots of storage space (skis?). Then you're in the dining/kitchen area which opens onto the living room. The kitchen is well equipped with stove, fridge, microwave, coffeemaker and kitchenware enough for most chefs.
There is a TV in the living room (satellite cable). There is WIFI.
Bedroom 1 has a double bed, large closet and dresser.
Bedroom 2 (accessed through bedroom 1) has a daybed/single bed, desk and a bookshelf with lots of books.
The bathroom has a tub/shower.
You are invited to visit any of our gardens or porches. Sit, visit, read and take in the Vermont surroundings.
You can park on-site.
We live upstairs and we would like to greet you and orient you to the apartment and the area. We can try to answer any questions about the apartment or our valley. We've met many wonderful people as both Airbnb hosts and as Airbnb guests.
Hancock is in the heart of the Green Mountains. About 85% of our town is Green Mountain National Forest, so you are surrounded by outdoor adventure opportunity.
You are 10 minutes from the Middlebury College Snow Bowl, 15 minutes from Middlebury's Rickert Cross Country Ski Area, and about 25 minutes from both Killington and Sugarbush ski areas.
The Bread Loaf Campus of Middlebury College is 15 minutes away.
Camp Killooleet is a five minute walk.
I'm a self-employed architect, theatrical director/actor/playwright, luthier, musician. I've lived in Vermont for over 40 years, having come here as part of the back-to-the-land movement of the 70's. Dorothy (composer, musician, music educator) and I founded a theatrical company in 1979 which is an important part of the local cultural and community scene. We love the outdoors: gardening, canoe-camping, cross-country skiing, bicycling. We love where we live and the wonderful sense of community here in the Green Mountains.