Beautifully restored apartment with hardwood floors, high ceilings, mid-century modern decor and large Bay windows with views to the Lamoille River.
Fully equipped and furnished two-bedroom apartment for short- and medium-term rental in the quaint village of Hardwick, Vermont. The rental apartment is in a newly renovated 1895 historic building and has a full kitchen and dining/living area. Large bay windows offer lovely views of the Lamoille River.
The apartment is only a few steps from several popular restaurants. A gym is located a block away. A food co-op and grocery store are within easy walking distance. The Hardwick Trails, 6 miles of woodland hiking, are less than half a mile away. World-reknowned brewery, Hill Farmstead Beer, is in nearby Greensboro and Caledonia Spirits distillery with its tasting room including its top-shelf gin is just down the road. Local swimmable lakes include Caspian Lake, Wolcott Pond and Green River Reservoir (also with non-motorized boat access).
The rental is within easy driving distance of local ski resorts and near to Stowe, Greensboro, Smugglers Notch, and Montreal. It is also located near longer hiking trails, including the Appalachian and Long trails, mountain biking trails, canoeing and kayaking, cross-country skiing, and lots of good antiquing.
The Village of Hardwick has become known as a sustainable food center, and was featured in the book, "The Town that Food Saved," by Ben Hewitt. Small food producers, such as the Cellars at Jasper Hill cheeses, Vermont Soy products, Pete's Greens, High Mowing Seeds, and the Vermont Food Venture Center cluster in and around the town.
We also have an additional apartment for guests to stay one floor above.
The apartment is in a building with other long-term renters, so guests are asked to be considerate of the other tenant's privacy. Please separate refuse into trash and recyclables.
We try to be available for guests as much as possible. However, cell phone service in northern Vermont can be spotty. As soon as we receive a call or message, we will get back in touch with you; we are happy to help out.
I have lived in the Hardwick area since the mid-1980’s and take great pride in Hardwick’s growing reputation as a sustainable food center and its renaissance from its days as a supplier of granite for buildings near and far.
I enjoy working in an area that has a mix of people who visit and live in this vibrant downtown community that is easily accessible to Nordic and alpine skiing, bicycling, hiking, canoeing, fishing and hunting.
My late husband and I renovated numerous commercial and residential buildings in the area, and our office is conveniently located across the street.