Classic Vermont: a white clapboard farmhouse built in 1790 on 18+ acres along a quiet dirt road with a hip, modern edge. The eponymous line of maples run up the grassy lane where cows were once led to pasture. There is a guest house, swimming pond, extensive perennial beds, terrace, ancient stone walls, and a brook running through the property. The beautifully renovated 2,178-square-foot house retains the honesty of an antique building with exposed beams, antique wide pine floor boards, and plaster walls. Modern amenities include double pane windows, updated bathrooms, Wolf stove, Sub-Zero refrigerator, and a Buderus oil fired furnace. The spacious one-bedroom contemporary guesthouse has high ceilings and a 3-bay heated garage, and workshop below. There is a sweet set up for horses: 2-stall stable with a tack room and wash stall, paddock, run-in shed, grass riding ring, and 4 post and rail pastures. Located 2.7 miles from the Weston Playhouse, 21 miles from the Dorset Horse Show (Vermont Summer Festival) and plenty of skiing nearby: 7 miles from Wild Wings Ski Touring Center, 9 miles from Viking Nordic Center, 8 miles from Bromley, 14 miles from Okemo and Stratton.