One of seventeen National Historic Landmarks in Vermont, Naulakha offers the unparalleled experience of a stay in a house where Nobel Prize winning literature was written. It also offers spectacular views, use of Vermont's first tennis court, sledding or skiing in the meadow where skiing was introduced to Vermont, and hiking out the back door.
Set near the highest point of the 571 acre Scott Farm, the Dutton Farmhouse offers spectacular views over the Connecticut River Valley to Mount Monadnock 30 miles to the east. Visitors will enjoy the peace and serenity of rural Vermont as well as close proximity to summer music festivals, ski areas, golfing, swimming, boating, hiking and all the pleasures of northern New England.
Located on the historic Scott Farm, the Sugarhouse produced maple syrup for decades, and is now a cozy accommodation for two. It is in a rural and private setting just minutes from Brattleboro and all of the attractions of Southern Vermont.
Amos Brown House
This historic house offers peace, quiet, and night skies lit only by stars as well as ready access to: Mount Snow with golf and skiing, Harriman Reservoir for swimming, boating, and fishing, museums from Mass MOCA to the Clark Institute to Grandma Moses, theater festivals, the Long Trail, and Green Mountain National Forest.
Farming began here in 1791 and the entire 571 acre farm is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We raise 90 varieties of heirloom apples along with peaches, pears, plums, quince, medlars, blueberries and gooseberries—all ecologically grown. With your help we can add Landmark #6: The Milkhouse.
The Carriage House
Rudyard Kipling's Carriage House is a warm and charming addition to our collection of historic properties. This former Carriage barn became a home during the early part of last century. Since the last occupants, it has been repainted, refurnished, and upgraded matching Kipling’s style, tastes, and design.
Who We Are
Since 1991, the Landmark Trust USA has rescued threatened historic properties and returned them to life. Patterned on the model established by The Landmark Trust of Great Britain in 1965, our restored buildings are rented as unique and inspiring vacation homes while the income ensures that they will not again fall into decay.
"This is a beautiful house -- the restoration is incredible ... the seclusion and quiet is most enjoyable after a day on the slopes. The absence of the TV is a blessing for our kids. I can't wait to come back to another Landmark property"