Watching wildlife along the stream, which attracts beaver, otter, mink, and muskrat as well as ducks, geese and other migratory shorebirds including heron and egrets. The banks of the stream also serve as a natural corridor for travel of mammals large and small that live on the property including white-tailed deer, bobcat, fox, and coyote.
Hunting upland birds. This property is among the best woodcock habitat/cover in Vermont.
Listening to a broad variety of songbirds that utilize the property’s covers and attend the feeders during the winter
A morning coffee on the deck looking out over the verdant meadows and sweeping views of the Green Mountains.
213 Black Hole Hollow Rd Cambridge, NY 12816
Listed by Story Jenks
Twin View Farm is sited on 275 acres of gently rolling meadows, pastures, a creek, and a mixed hardwood forest in the heart of the Champlain valley with views to the Adirondacks and Green Mountains. The residence is a contemporary take on a post & beam barn frame, with 3,929 square feet and 4 bedrooms. The rooms have high ceilings and lots of light with east and south exposure. The property is uniquely accessible by a 900-foot airstrip and hangar that includes an attached heated workshop. The 2-stall barn is sited just down the hill and outfitted with power, water, hay loft and two fenced pastures. Successional habitat in old pastures transitioning to woodland has resulted in development of outstanding cover for woodcock and grouse. The detached 2-bay garage is next to the residence with a mechanical room and loft storage. Solar panels provide auxiliary hot water heat. Located within 11 miles of Middlebury College and Vergennes, and 37 miles of Burlington International Airport. There is a variety of habitat for deer, turkey, grouse and some of the best cover for woodcock.