The house has a spectacular view of Caspian Lake and Greensboro. Retired professor & wife, old friends of author Wallace Stegner, built this dream house atop Greensboro's Baker Hill in 1963. They and the house are featured in Stegner's novel "Crossing to Safety." The house abuts the 254-acre Barr Hill Preserve of The Nature Conservancy which features picnic sites with stunning views and a nature trail.
Sunsets and cloudscapes are highly recommended from the yard and from the kitchen, dining/living room and two (out of three) bedrooms which overlook Caspian Lake from the top of Baker Hill.
The butternut wood interior and upward facing lighting with a central fireplace make the great room a warm and cozy space but is big enough to comfortably entertain larger gatherings.
Guests have access to whole house as well as a private dock on Caspian Lake.
We live at the bottom of the hill and are available to help.
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I am a retired Fellow of the Harvard Institute for International Development, moved to Greensboro in 2002 after spending summers here from 1 yr. old. Was resident in several countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America. Main interest here is land conservation, I chair Greensboro Land Trust and work closely with three other land trusts in Vermont.