Hidden Lake’s compound of cabins surrounds the largest privately-owned lake in Vermont amid 100+ acres of forest and fields. Renovated in 2016, the cabins pair a modernist sensibility with a classic Great Camp vibe. The compound allows privacy to coexist with a sense of community, and rustic simplicity to meld with modern design. The compound consists of a 3243-square-foot main house, 4 cabins en suite, a dining hall/media cabin, office, barn and boathouse with a yoga studio. Wooden plank walkways interconnect most of the cabins, each with views of the lake. The 19.9 +/- acre lake draws loons, blue heron and wildlife as well as visitors yearning to get outside and into the water. Historic uses ranged from a water-powered mill in the late 1700’s, a progressive camp for children in the early to mid-20th century, and later an inn. In the 1980s, it took on a new life as a private retreat where three successive owners have come together with their families to swim, relax and enjoy the great outdoors. Located in a small, mountain town 15 miles from the Massachusetts border, Marlboro has an artistic soul. It is the center for the Marlboro Music Festival, “classical music’s most coveted retreat” and was the home of children’s book illustrator and writer Tasha Tudor. Hidden Lake is a Vermont treasure with its pristine lake, complete privacy and modernist style. 16 miles from Mt. Snow, 35 miles from the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (Mass MoCa) and 39 miles from Williams College. Less than 2.5 hours to Boston and less than 4 hours to New York City.
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