Hundred Acre Homestead looks across the valley at the Worcester Mountain range and the quaint village of Worcester. The 100-acre property includes meadows, mature stands of Sugar Maples, an apple orchard, walking trails, and a secluded pond.
This eight-bedroom home provides the openness and comfort of a traditional post-and-beam structure. It offers state of-the-art amenities, including a large harvest kitchen, a traditional cook stove, and a dining area where community meals can be served in an intimate family style setting. A large outdoor deck, accessible from the dining area and the walk-out basement, presents a stunning display of the mountains–as featured twice in Vermont Life Magazine.
The Residence’s first floor includes two large bedrooms (one fully handicapped accessible), a large harvest kitchen that is open to the dining area, and a living room with an antique brick fireplace. The walk-out lower level adds an additional room for personal art, exercise, laundry, and television.
The Residence’s second level features six large, private bedrooms and two spacious bathrooms. All bedrooms in the Residence offer views of the Worcester Range or Hundred Acre Homestead’s apple orchard.
The Cape House
This 1820 cape style home has been updated, yet retains its charm.
The Cape House serves as a welcome center for visitors to Hundred Acre Homestead, the full-time residence of our Resident Director.
The Art Studio
Attached to the Cape House in a renovated barn, this building provides space for expressive art therapy and other projects. The studio is a place where individuals can explore various artistic mediums and their creativity. It is an inspirational place where self expression and individual exploration is encouraged and supported. A place where one can find an intimate refuge for self discovery.
The Animal Barn
The 30’x40′ barn provides comfortable housing for our animals, as well as storage for farming equipment, gardening gear, and animal feed.
Morning and evening barn chores are completed daily. Our residents feel that this is time to nurture and bond with the animals. Keeping the barn organized and clean offers the opportunity to learn new skills and take responsibility.