In case anyone has a cool $3,795,000 laying around, the 2011 HGTV Dream Home in Stowe, Vermont is now on the market:
The 3,400-square-foot home, located at 211 Lift Line Drive, is listed at $3,795,000. It is being offered completely furnished, including artwork by Vermont sculptors, painters and photographers.
Architect Paul Rousselle of Stowe took inspiration for the home’s design from the early 20th-century Adirondack great camps. Built by Gristmill Builders of Stowe, the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home was constructed using locally sourced wood and stone and other sustainable materials.
Its wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling windows overlook Vermont’s highest peak, Mt. Mansfield. Features include a gourmet kitchen with top-of-the line appliances, spa-style bathrooms, an oversized mudroom with storage for ski and boarding equipment, and a living room with a large fireplace and furniture that can be quickly repositioned to suit various entertaining needs.
A few of the home’s unique features include a ski dorm that sleeps eight, a stone terrace with an outdoor kitchen and a hot tub, and a master bathroom with an antique copper soaking tub and sweeping views of ski trails.
Owners Eric and Catherine Makstenieks of Hinsdale, Ill., hadn’t visited Vermont before winning the sweepstakes. They love it here, but say they are unable to travel to Stowe often enough to enjoy the home.
Will this be the fate of the 2012 diy Network’s Blog Cabin in Waldoboro, Maine?