Located in the village of Morrisville, this 1895 Victorian has been restored but still retains all of the original charm and elegance of its original construction. Conveniently located at the junctions of routes 100 (N / S) and 15 (E / W) , you have many options afforded you by this location. Just a 5 minute walk to the popular Lamoille county Rail Trail that stretches from St. Johnsbury to St. Albans. Restaurants, bars and shopping make up this hub of the Northeast Kingdom family based town.
Wanna ski more than just one ski area?
Kayak, bike or hike, we got that too!
Lots of wildlife in the village alone. The birds are amazing in the morning as well as evening.
This is you central hub, Stowe, Smugglers Notch, Burke & Jay and or Craftsbury Touring Center or Trapps!
This is the perfect space for many different types of peoples interests and pleasure at an affordable rate.
Guests enter through 1st floor driveway side door and can be as social or private as they wish.
Guests can have the whole 2nd floor to themselves, including a private deck.
TV is on 1st floor
Kitchen is open and inviting
Tell me what you prefer.
I am a culinary graduate, maybe breakfast?
This is one of 2 rooms I rent out. Both are upstairs and share a full bathroom. I have a small fridge up there as well. The other room is listed under "Village Victorian Morrisville / Stowe".
Please respect that my home is a "shoeless" home, pls bring slippers
Piano on 2nd floor, if you play
I have some good well traveled knowledge of the surrounding area. I have lived here half my life.
- 10pm quiet time (negotiable)
- I supply a book of house rules that also includes area amenities
I am somewhat negotiable, communicate with me and lets reach an understanding.
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I am a renaissance man of sorts if there is still such a thing. I have had many professions over the years and now I am adding another to my resume. I am a Johnson & Wales Culinary graduate and recently decided to continue my education into the future. The restaurant business provided me with several tools that I have applied over the years throughout all my incarnations.
Post food service, and I do mean all facets thereof, I worked in the trades as a plumber after owning my own independent record store, respectively each for 10 years. I am currently working at a local college library, training students on hospitality among other life skills. My love of music has never ceased, therefore in addition to my library gig, I run the college radio station (90.7 WJSC) and host a weekly Country music show every Saturday morning on an independently owned radio station (93.9 WLVB).
I have worked tirelessly on my home for the last 17 years, which I would love to share with you and your family.