Above the quaint, historic village of Lincoln, in Addison County, Vermont — known for its scenic beauty and rural character — this private mountain retreat sits on 24 acres with an open field, pond, woods and streams.

Listed for $4.995 million by Brian Boardman of Coldwell Banker Hickok and Boardman, the compound includes a spectacular main house, guesthouse and rustic cabin in the woods.

“This is a true Vermont experience,” says Boardman. “The expansive rolling lawns, large swimming pond and woods for hiking or cross-country skiing are some of the owner’s favorite features.”

The main house offers a striking exterior with cedar shingles, brick and stone siding and a copper roof. An expansive deck in the back offers the perfect place to entertain and enjoy the views. Inside, features include a great room with 24-foot ceilings, catering kitchen breakfast room, office and a master wing with two bedrooms and baths. The walk-out lower level includes two more bedroom suites, an exercise room, spa, pool and sauna. A geo-thermal heating system, radiant floor heat and solar panels add the final touches.

“The main house, with its casual comfortable feel, is very informal, yet the finishes and details are exquisite,” says Boardman.

The three-bedroom, 3,200-square-foot, post-and-beam guesthouse showcases a stone fireplace, south-facing dining area and a first-floor master suite with office space. A charming cabin rounds out the property offering a rare private mountain estate.

“The guesthouse is an easy walk to the main house and the rustic cabin overlooks a stream and has its own special feel,” says Boardman. “It’s very exciting, as an agent, to represent such a unique and extraordinary property.”

“The guesthouse is an easy walk to the main house and the rustic cabin overlooks a stream and has its own special feel. It’s very exciting, as an agent, to represent such a unique and extraordinary property.”