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The Satoyama property comprises the following features which support events: 

  • Magnificent post and beam barn of 72' x 40' easily accommodates up to 125 guests. We limit weddings to about 100 though. 

  • 20 acres of hayfield/pasture with 180 degree panoramic views​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​, affording multiple choices of ceremony spots

  • 140 acres of forest, a mountain stream, and large ponds, prime for swimming and relaxing

  • Comfortable farm house sleeps 14-24 (23 in 13 beds) via 8 full bedrooms 5 separate sleeping lofts, 2 with private baths. Large and open living/ dining room with 2 separate parlors with mountain, pond, field and garden views. Country kitchen has abundant cabinetry and commercial size gas stove.

  • 5 minute drive from route 100 in the dead center of Vermont, within 3 hours of Boston

  • Within 25 minutes from Warren, 30 of Sugarbush and 40 from  Killington, 30 from Middlebury - many bed and breakfast lodging options in the area in addition to the site in addition to many local airbnb options for guests.

  • Artesian springs which offer some of the finest drinking water in North America (no joke, it tests to 14 TSS!)

  • Tucked into a serene mountain hollow where the only road in earshot is a tiny dirt backroad and away from flight paths. This is one of the quietest locations to be found in all of Vermont but is very accessible.  

  • Local and organic veggies and meats easily sourced

  • Endless dirt road cycling and paved road biking immediately accessible from the site

  • Apiary on site - the bees here produce some of the cleanest, finest whole comb honey available anywhere thanks for our very pristine, mountain site surrounded by forest and no sprayed agriculture. 

  • The farm grows about 50 species of fruits and nuts and has one of the most significant silvopasture and agroforestry systems in the eastern United States.  It also is home to the largest know seaberry (seabuckthorne) planting in the United States. 

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