Accessible, but a million miles from the everyday. Camp Endo’s mountain kingdom is minutes from Stratton Mountain with a 21st century take on a mountain lodge home, and 417+/- acres threaded with trails and ridgelines. Ski your own glades and rip the eight miles of custom-designed mountain biking terrain, or just pause to enjoy the vast views. The house reimagines a rustic lodge with classic wood, bark and stone detailing combined with complete comfort, great light and welcoming spaces.

The property was featured in the book Rustic Living by Ralph Kylloe as one of the great rustic style homes in the U.S. The 9,539-square-foot home has an open floor plan, massive stone great room fireplace, chef’s kitchen and 6 bedrooms en suite, each with magnificent mountain views. Off the kitchen and great room is a screened-in porch and large deck with an outdoor stone fireplace to soak in the panoramic southerly green mountain views. There are smaller gathering spaces, too, such as a corner office, gym/spa, panoramic meditation room and state-of-the-art 22-seat home theater. Camp Endo’s extensive trail network provides a daily dose of rugged, natural beauty for mountain biking, walking or snow shoeing. Deeper into the property, more playful options such as a cleared paintball course and a six-foot square chessboard are ready for action.

The adjacent barn houses a two-bedroom, fully appointed guest suite, 3-bay garage and a heated half-basketball court with surround sound. Next to the apple orchard is a large swimming pond stocked with brown and rainbow trout, and a sensational view of Stratton Mountain. The property has its own renewable energy power plant – wind and solar combined 22kW generation capacity. There are supporting structures for storage and maintenance of all property equipment. Camp Endo is roughly 4.5 miles from Stratton, and 21 miles from Manchester’s fine dining, shopping and the Southern Vermont Arts Center.

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