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If you're looking for a truly one-of-a-kind property, then here you go.

Welcome to Stowe, Vermont, where this 68 acre compound can be yours for $16 million. It's listed by Pall Spera, Pall Spera Company Realtors, LLC.

Talk about a picturesque location in such an idyllic New England atmosphere for all seasons.  Whether you're looking for a main residence, vacation haven, or even a business retreat, this estate checks everything and then some.

With a private gate taking you into 506 North Hill in Stowe, the unparalleled privacy sits on 68 acres where you can relax by the ponds, streams, roam the properties extensive laws and forests, enjoy the hot tub and spa, amble through the private art gallery, get active on the tennis court with a pavilion, hit the game room, take on your friends on the miniature golf course, or have fun on the zip line.  Imagine snowshoeing or cross country skiing in the winter.

Just wait until you see how art and design come together to create this architecturally astounding home that mixes modern and a bit of rustic touch.  I've attached a gallery of photos below.

The estate has a main home, guest house, separate art gallery with an elevator, six-car garage, tennis pavilion, barn, and property filled with ponds, streams, and a vast park-like setting filled with art, manicured lawns, and forest.

The 17-room home comes with 11 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, hot tub, and spa, with a warming hut for all the luxury you need to relax.

There's even a helicopter landing site for easy access to this compound nestled in the the epitome of New England skiing, summer mountain fun, and luxury living that is Stowe, Vermont.

Let's take a look!

$16 Million New England Estate With Mini Golf, Helicopter Pad, Art Gallery

Welcome to 506 North Hill in Stowe, Vermont listed by Pall Spera, Pall Spera Company Reatlors, LLC

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