The house in northern Vermont that served as a rural hideaway for Trey Anastasio, the rehabilitated leader of the reunited Phish, is up for sale. The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath, 3,926-square-foot estate, located about 20 minutes outside of Burlington, sits on 259 acres and has dramatic views of Mount Mansfield and Camel’s Hump, two of the highest peaks in Vermont. Asking price: $1,699,000. And there’s a wetbar!
Anastasio, who now lives in New York, is not mentioned in the listing:
The Clementine homestead sits at the end of a long private lane on spectacular acreage in the heart of Chittenden County. The historic 1812 Williams Hill Inn was reconstructed with enhancements on 259 magnificent acres of pasture, woodland, impressive Mt Mansfield & Camels Hump views, a pond, & a ten-mile trail system. Additional improvements include an artistically designed carriage barn w/studio or guest space, copper roof, custom pool & barn. Peaceful serenity year-round.
Perhaps Phish fans can pool their grilled cheese and/or pot-selling revenues and buy the property. It’ll be like their own little Gamehenge! Although prospective buyers should note that the “artistically designed carriage barn w/studio” is not “The Barn,” where the band has recorded its last three albums.
679 Old Courtry Lane [LMSRE]